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Disability Human Services

Offered: Online

Learn with Minot State
Minot State University has a well-respected 30-year history of effectively preparing human service professionals to specifically support individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD) in community settings.

To meet the national demand for successful administrators at human services agencies, we have developed an online Master of Science in Disability Human Services degree. This unique degree prepares you to use your new knowledge and skills to strategically lead and nurture other professionals in a human services agency. 

Relevant areas include a firm grounding in strategic management, disability law and policy, human resources, and accounting. You will also receive high-quality instruction in the latest trends related to serving people with severe disabilities across the lifespan and will learn research skills to allow you to be an effective problem solver.

Contact Us:       askmsu@minotstateu.edu       1-800-777-0750 ext. 3350

Be inspired . . . earn your Master of Science in Disability Human Services

Individualized support
A faculty advisor will work with you to plan your individualized program of study based on your interests and career goals.
Coursework
This program requires 31-34 credit hours to complete and blends coursework from a variety of fields including education, human services, management, and human resources.

Tuition and fees
When you enroll in your master's program, you pay our in-state tuition regardless of residency. 

 

 

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About Minot State University
Minot State University is a public university dedicated to excellence in education, scholarship, and community engagement achieved through rigorous academic experiences, active learning environments, commitment to public service, and a vibrant campus life.

Accreditation
Minot State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.