Curriculum

Master of Science in Human Relations

The M.S. in Human Relations program is designed to provide professionals with understanding and skills in human relations. Full time or part-time participation in the program is possible. The course listing below shows required courses. In addition, students will also take 15-credit hours of pre-approved graduate-level elective courses. These electives may be taken from graduate coursework in counseling, education, business, criminal justice or other disciplines with approval from the program advisor.

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Suggested Program of Study

For electives, graduate courses may be taken in psychology, education, business, criminal justice, or other disciplines with approval from the program advisor.

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Core Curriculum

Course Number
Course Name
Credit Hours
CO 700
Orientation to the Professions of Counseling and Human Relations
1 CR.HR.
CO 702
Human Growth and Development
3 CR.HR.
CO 703
Research and Program Evaluation
3 CR.HR.
CO 704
Social and Cultural Diversity
3 CR.HR.
CO 710
Counseling Techniques
3 CR.HR.
CO 712
Group Process
3 CR.HR.
CO 722
Career Development and Counseling
3 CR.HR.
CO 868
Capstone Course
3 CR.HR.
ELC XXX
ELECTIVE - OPEN
ELC XXX
ELECTIVE - OPEN
ELC XXX
ELECTIVE - OPEN
ELC XXX
ELECTIVE - OPEN
ELC XXX
ELECTIVE - OPEN