Students can expand their career potential with a master’s degree. The intensive study of a particular field can give graduates the added edge in the workplace. A master’s degree is also usually a necessary stepping stone for those pursuing doctoral work or certain fields of study.
What is a Master in Community Service? The program generally teaches human behavior, social justice and social policy analysis. Students may study global health issues, environmental justice, community-based development, indigenous rights and social work. Volunteer opportunities may be available for students to expand their knowledge and skills. Course work can lean toward more humanitarian work or social work depending on the interests of the student and the program. Most students complete the programs in one to two years of study.
A community service degree program can hone useful skills. Research skills and effective leadership techniques can benefit the community and the student in his or her work. The ability to deal with individual differences can benefit workplace function as well as interpersonal relationships.
The cost of a master's degree varies between institutions. Before committing to a program, research the institution, degree plan and fees. The course load, location and other factors could influence the cost.
A Master in Community Service can prepare students for positions working as community developers, nonprofit directors and government analysts. Positions in social work may be available both domestically and internationally, as it is a growing field in need of qualified individuals. Graduates have worked in foreign services, diplomatic services and the corporate sector. The medical field offers potential job opportunities, such as wellness program manager and outreach director. Students can also use the degree to move into managerial and leadership roles.
Community service degree programs often require hands-on immersion. Students can choose from opportunities around the world or flexible online courses. Begin the search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Through IPSL’s independently designed and curated reflections seminars, “Community Organizing and Social Activism (COSA), “ students receive a foundation of the history and key practices of community building and civic engagement, from domestic and international volunteerism, community organizing, grassroots social movements, and activism. [+]
*IPSL Institute for Global Learning is excited to announce an automatic USD$8000 scholarship for individuals who enroll in the Spring 2019 cohort.
The Master of Arts in Community Organizing and Social Activism (COSA) has built-in study abroad terms and is designed to meet the international demand for ethical leaders who can effectively engage and facilitate partnerships and empower communities.
Similar to IPSL Institute for Global Learning’s MA in International Development & Service (IDS), students are prepared for careers with nonprofit, government, and community development organizations through an interdisciplinary program that combines rigorous academic training with hands-on skill development through volunteer service in several countries.... [-]
The Master in Communication, Development and Social Change is a four-semester academic program whose purpose is to train researchers and professionals with the ability to perform in multiple academic, political, business and community scenarios, who undertake communication plans and programs aimed at integral development , human and social. [+]
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The Master in Communication, Development and Social Change is a four-semester academic program whose purpose is to train researchers and professionals with the ability to perform in multiple academic, political, business and community scenarios, who undertake communication plans and programs aimed at integral development , human and social.
The Master's program generates critical and proactive training on the role of communication in the constitution of active citizens, human and social development, solidarity, cooperation and coexistence. Likewise, it forms communication managers with the capacity to design, execute and evaluate development projects that articulate communication as a central or transversal axis with an innovative and creative vision.... [-]
The Master in Social Work (MSW) is a research and policy-oriented graduate program intended for social workers and social development practitioners. [+]
The Master in Social Work (MSW) is a research and policy-oriented graduate program intended for social workers and social development practitioners.
Capitalizing on Miriam College’s strong base of international programs and active advocacies on peace, gender and the environment, the MSW program adopts inter-disciplinary, international and critical perspectives that examine how global issues impact on local communities, people and individuals and how diverse and multiple stakeholders at various levels can work together to achieve social justice and national development goals.
Our MSW curriculum is ladderized allowing students the option to enroll first in an 18-unit Graduate Diploma Course in Social Work for 1 year (2 semesters) before continuing to MSW. Classes are offered on a modular basis, taken every Saturday from 8 am - 6 pm... [-]