Get the skills you need for a career at the intersection of behavioral health, criminal justice and the legal system with Concordia University, St. Paul’s graduate human services program. This degree, with its emphasis on forensic behavioral health, is delivered online in a flexible format that lets you complete your studies without giving up your current career. Coursework focuses on key topics like research, psychopathology, ethics, cultural awareness and more. In this program, you’ll gain experience in evidence-based practices and intervention strategies that can improve the lives of individuals in your community. And you’ll learn from expert faculty who have years of relevant experience. Becoming a successful human services professional starts with Concordia. Discover how our M.A. in Human Services can help you get there.
Concordia has partnered with the American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS) to offer this master's degree program, enhancing curriculum and professional training by using a comprehensive educational approach.
Concordia is committed to preparing students to become successful professionals with the skills they need to succeed in the workplace.
Through practical coursework grounded in theoretical foundations, Concordia's programs empower students to apply what they learn to their career paths.
Our highly skilled instructors have years of experience in their fields, giving students the support they need to thrive.
Concordia graduates earn some of the highest salaries among alumni from Minnesota colleges and universities.*
*Based on data from comparable Minnesota institutions that participated in a study conducted by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. Data retrieved 4/15/16.
Concordia University, St. Paul was founded in 1893 as a Christian liberal arts university dedicated to providing students with an exceptional education to prepare them for successful careers and meaningful lives. We have remained focused on that mission for over 100 years.