Master's in Applied Human Services
Take your career in human services to the next level with a flexible master's degree built around your career goals and interests. Our Master of Science in Human Development and Family Sciences: Applied Human Services is for professionals interested in management or leadership roles at nonprofits, community health centers, social service organizations and government agencies.
Human development and family sciences provides interdisciplinary knowledge and skills focused on individuals and families, considering them in the context of the systems in which they live. Our program examines the whole lifespan—prenatal development to old age. In our education and research, the HDFS program emphasizes prevention efforts to help individuals and families reach their full potential.
OSU-Tulsa HDFS students may choose to participate in research through the OSU Center for Family Resilience, located on our downtown Tulsa campus.
OSU-Tulsa's programs are designed for busy professionals with full-time careers. Courses are available online or one night a week at our downtown campus. You choose your pace and how many courses you want to take each semester.
Our faculty understand that you have priorities in addition to your education, and they work with you as partners and mentors to help you succeed in your graduate studies.
On-site Career Services provide one-on-one guidance for internships, job search and professional development so you can put your education to work before you even graduate.
An Oklahoma State University degree is an investment that pays off. The OSU name is recognized internationally, so you'll never have to answer, "Where is that?" when telling an employer where you earned your master's degree.
We're one of the best values in the Big 12, and offer thousands of dollars in financial aid each year.
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- View degree requirements on the OSU College of Education and Human Sciences website.
- Information about the Department of Human Development and Family Science