The Master of Science in Victim Services Management is designed to prepare graduates to work in various areas of victim services*, including but not limited to, direct service provision (e.g., advocacy, etc.), organizational management, and social policy development.
This degree will benefit persons with or without previous employment experience in the field of victim services. Courses are sequenced so that students can complete the degree in two years, enrolling in two 15-week courses per semester. However, the ideal candidate will have paid or volunteer work experience in the field of victim services.
*Select courses meet National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP) standards.
|Catalog Entry||Master of Science (M.S.)|
|Length||36 Credit Hours|
|Enrollment||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Costs||Rates Per Semester|
|Admission Requirements||Application Materials|
Application deadlines for the Master of Science in Victim Services Management program may be extended depending on space availability.
- Fall: August 1
- Spring: December 15
- Summer: May 15
Please note that application deadlines will occasionally change. Please contact your academic advisor (listed in the contact section) for confirmation on application deadlines.