The Master of Science in Human Relations Program consists of a minimum of 39 hours of non-clinical counseling courses and electives for individuals who do not plan to seek licensure or national certification. This Master of Science in Human Relations Program is appropriate for individuals such as teachers, ministers, human resource directors, nurses, law enforcement officers, managers, student affairs personnel in college or university settings, and others who may regularly apply psychological insights in their work settings.
This program is ideal for students interested in biological science or research careers. The program’s flexible design allows students to create a customized curriculum tailored to their own unique interests. The degree includes courses that focus on biology at the molecular, cellular, organismal and population levels. The Biology program prepares students for successful admission into postgraduate programs in biology or for a range of careers in the life sciences. Students receive highly individualized attention as they increase their understanding of fundamental and advanced biological principles.
Accounting at Husson prepares qualified students for successful careers in a wide variety of fields. Currently about 110 students are majoring in accounting at Husson. Most of them enrolled in the five-year Masters program which will allow the student to sit for the Certified Public Accountant's examination. The demand for accountants is projected to grow by 15 percent nationwide between the years of 2016-2025 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Salaries range from $40,850 to $115,950.