Master of Science with a Major in Human Services Delivery and Administration
The University of North Georgia offers a Master of Science in Human Services Delivery and Administration degree to prepare individuals to serve and lead in a variety of career fields including group homes, halfway houses, correctional facilities, community mental health centers and family, child and youth service agencies. The M.S. in Human Services Delivery and Administration will provide human services professionals the necessary training and degree to advance their career into management and supervisory positions, self-employment and/or prepare for licensure.
Baccalaureate from a regionally accredited, four year institution with at least a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (4.0 scale) calculated in accordance with Graduate Admissions procedures.
GRE General Test score of not less than 290 (verbal and quantitative combined) or Miller Analogies Test score of not less than 400.
Note: Only test scores less than five years old will be considered.
Required Supplemental Documentation
Prepare a written statement focusing on the following guidelines. Do not exceed 5 typed pages, double-spaced with 12 font type. address the following:
What are your career objectives? Please state your specific interest in the field of Human Services as well as what life experiences have contributed to these objectives. What do you wish to accomplish with your graduate education?
What effect have your service learning, work, and volunteer experiences had in your interest in the field of Human Services and your desire to work with people? What experiences have you had in working with diverse populations?
Describe the population of individuals you are interested in working with, explain your interest in this issue, and possible causative factors and potential solutions.
Describe an experience in which you have been given help and how it has contributed to your desire to enter the field of Human Services.
What do you consider your personal strengths and limitations in the field of Human Services and what areas would you like to strengthen?
Three UNG recommendation forms from individuals able to address academic potential, professional experiences in the helping professions, and non-academic experiences that add breadth in understanding the human condition.