Human Relations, MEd

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Human Relations

MASTER OF EDUCATION


Traditional Online

Competency-Based Online

At Campus Locations


Human Relations, Master of Education

Whether your career has taken you into business, the military, or education, our Human Relations master's degree can help you achieve an advanced understanding of human behavior and the learning process, and enhance your interpersonal communication skills.

In our diverse, rigorous, and collaborative atmosphere, you will study human development, personality theory, and motivation. Additionally you will delve into learning theory, multiculturalism, diversity awareness, and the principles of behavioral change—all topics that are sure to help you thrive in your profession.

Note: This is a non-practitioner program that does not meet the requirements for guidance counselor certification. If you are interested in the MEd in Human Relations, you must apply and be accepted to the College of Education's program in addition to being admitted to the university. 

Locations:

  • Flagstaff

  • NAU - East Valley

  • NAU - North Valley

  • Traditional Online

  • Pima Community College

  • Yuma

Minimum units for completion 30
Additional admissions requirements Admission requirements above admission to NAU are required.
Some online/blended coursework Required

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