Online M.S. in Human Services Leadership
Help those who need it. Become an effective leader. Get ready.
Whether you’re pursuing a career transition or a promotional opportunity, take your next step in making a difference in the lives of others with our online M.S. in Human Services Leadership.
Develop the necessary leadership skills to succeed as a visionary professional in the industry. Career opportunities continue to expand in such areas as child welfare, mental health, substance abuse, family support, health care, criminal justice and public safety, among others.
Explore the financial, legal, regulatory, political, social and historical aspects of the Human Services industry — all at a time and place that’s convenient for you. Prepare to make a positive impact on your organization and community overall, while helping the vulnerable and disadvantaged.
Get ready to become a respected leader with an online M.S. in Human Services Leadership from St. Joseph’s University.
Yolanda Johnson ’22
M.S. in Human Services Leadership
"I am a firm believer that Leadership is ACTION, not position. Being in the St. Joseph’s University online Human Service Leadership program is a dream come true, as it continues to teach me the fundamentals of leadership and how much action it takes to increase productivity. I have been able to successfully navigate day-to-day activities simply because of the skills and knowledge I gained from all my professors. This program is a great opportunity for future leaders to be developed today."
The Online M.S. in Human Services Leadership Experience
In the Field: Our program prepares you to work in a leadership position in such areas as child welfare, mental health, substance abuse, family support, health care, criminal justice and public safety.
Earning Potential: Human Services leaders in New York state earned as much as $143,140 a year, according to ZipRecruiter.
Experienced Professionals: Our dedicated faculty work in the field of Human Services in many capacities, such as social workers, substance abuse counselors, outreach workers and agency directors.