Building community through communication
Communities need communicators with passion, skill and relatability to thrive. SDSU’s Master’s in Human Sciences—Family & Community Services online graduate program equips professionals to successfully serve our communities.
Through a 36-credit-hour program, you can earn yourself the knowledge and experience to assist children, adults and families in need. Choose from two program paths — (1) drafting a thesis or dissertation as a capstone to your studies or (2) taking additional elective courses in Family & Community Services.
TAKE A LOOK AT THE FOUNDATION OF THE FAMILY & COMMUNITY SERVICES DEGREE
Helping Families Thrive in Today’s World
- Family Resiliency
- Family Resource Management
- Family Dynamics
Human Development and You
- Lifespan Development
- Crises Across the Lifespan
- Interpersonal Relationships
Managing Programs and Organizations
- Foundations and Principles of Community Service
- Program Administration and Management
- Program Design, Evaluation, and Implementation
Great Plains IDEA Partnership
Diversify your education. Learn from instructors region-wide.
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The Human Sciences faculty is here to help.
Dr. Ann Michelle Daniels
College of Counseling and Human Resource Development
SDSU GPIDEA COORDINATOR