The largest public university in the United States, Arizona State University is home to nearly 83,000 students, dispersed among its Tempe, Phoenix, Polytechnic, West, and online campuses. Founded in 1885, ASU has a long history of academic higher education, and has been highly ranked for its research, development, and quality over its long history.
The online Master of Science in Family and Human Development at Arizona State University is a one-of-a-kind program. Rather than taking a traditional counseling approach, this program is designed for those who are interested in a broader “applied practitioner” approach. Here are some of the elements you can expect from this program:
- An accelerated study totaling 30-credit-hours and completable in 15-18 months
- Classes like Theoretical Issues in Child Development and Social Statistics
- Preparation for a career in a clinical setting, human services, or the private industry
For the second year in a row, Arizona State University has nabbed the #1 spot on US News & World Report’s list of “Most Innovative Schools in America.” It also holds its ground in the big leagues of rankings, coming in at 47th in the United States and 93rd in the world for the Academic Ranking of World Universities.