Human Services Professional Program

The Human Services Professional master’s degree is a non-counseling program for people interested in developing their ability to work effectively with others in professional settings.

This program emphasizes personal and professional growth and development through a curriculum that enhances students’ understanding of themselves and their interactions with others while promoting more effective work in the individual’s respective human services field. 

After successfully completing the Human Services Professional degree, graduates can also apply for admission to one of the counseling degree programs offered by WSU’s Counselor Education Department. 

The Human Services Professional master’s program is not eligible for accreditation through the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

Ready to Apply?

Learn more about the Counselor Education application process and admissions criteria.

Dr. Mary Fawcett
Human Services Professional Program Coordinator, Professor

Helble Hall 351


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