Government agencies. Private businesses. Colleges. Social work practices. These are just a few examples of where you could lead a successful career in community health—educating individuals and families about preventative healthcare and connecting them with the resources to promote healthy behaviors. Sound like a role you could really thrive in? Our Master of Human Services (M.H.S.) offers a Community Health concentration that empowers students to improve the health of their communities and leads them to become case manager nurses, critical care managers, program coordinators, and more.
Offered online, this inspiring and practical degree from Concordia University, Nebraska can be earned within two years and is taught by a team of experts who will teach you everything you need to know to become the servant leader you aspire to be. While a background in psychology, sociology, or community service would be a great fit for this program, it is designed to equip any compassionate college graduate with the skills needed to excel as an effective advocate for the people who need it most.
The next start date for Community Health is Monday, May 1.
Concordia University, Nebraska’s Master of Health Services is a 36 credit-hour degree program.
Community Health Concentration
Whether you're most comfortable studying with a group of peers in class, at your own pace from the comforts of your home, or a mix of both, we offer you the choice between on-campus, online or hybrid course options.