Master of Arts (M.A.) — Human Services, Lifespan Development


The Human Services, Lifespan Development option for the Master of Arts Degree trains students to appreciate and analyze the psychological, social, and spiritual health of individuals providing a professional path into the growing field of mental and behavioral health.

Benefits of this Path

Students will be equipped to help individuals, families, and organizations seek the help and services they need, to the benefit of their community.

  • 8-Week online accelerated classes
  • 30 Credit Hours
  • Complete your degree 100% Online
  • Competitive pricing
  • All courses are taught from a Christian worldview

Possible Careers

  • Non-licensed Counselor
  • Non-Profit Director
  • Supervisor of Case Workers
  • Child/Family Advocate
  • Case Management Supervisor
  • Human Services Counselor


Accreditation Information
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location:BC Online

Offered As:Master of Arts

field of study:Psychology

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