About the Human Services program

As a student in the Human Services graduate program at the University of Dayton, you'll gain knowledge and insight into the practice of human services and counseling techniques. 

Our 30-hour master's degree program is appropriate for people in the clergy, nursing, criminal justice and other related fields. On its own, the program does not lead to obtaining Ohio's Professional Counseling license or Professional Clinical Counseling license. Many of our students simply wish to gain insight to help in their own fields of practice, such as nursing, the clergy, criminal justice, and other related areas.

Students who intend to obtain either a State of Ohio Professional Counseling license or Professional Clinical Counseling license must enroll in the 60-hour clinical mental health counseling master's degree program >>.

Learn more: Academic catalog >>

Program highlights

Learn more: Program brochure (pdf) >>

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Department of Counselor Education & Human Services

Fitz Hall 629 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2962

937-229-3644