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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Add value to your company—and your skillset. Designed for working professionals who want to get ahead in a competitive business environment, our MBA program will not only open a lot of doors, but it can also take you to brand new career paths. You’ll learn in a highly interactive learning environment from faculty of professionals who bring their years of experience in the field to the classroom. Our classes offer you the opportunity to work alongside other motivated working professionals, which means networking opportunities with people all over the country, across industries. 

Concentrations include: Corporate Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Healthcare Systems Leadership, Leadership(On Campus & Online), Marketing, Multidisciplinary, and Project Management

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Business Administrator, Program Director, Distribution/Logistics Manager, Insurance Underwriter, Management Consultant, Marketing Executive, Market Research Executive, Human Resources Manager, Public Relations Account Executive, Recruitment Consultant, Retail/Store Manager, Sales Executive, Marketing Manager, Account Executive, Office Manager, Finance Analyst, Finance Advisor, Restaurant Manager, Education Administrators, Hospital Administrators, Industrial Production Managers, Cost Estimators, Loan Officers, Tax Collectors/Revenue Agents, Purchasing Agents/Buyers, Appraisers, Lodging Managers

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Master of Education

Our Master of Education program curriculum is tailored to the critical thinking, analytic and forecasting skills you’ll need to lead change in your organization. The program is grounded in the identification, evaluation and implementation of research-based education practices as it looks to the future of education through by utilizing trending and forecasting strategies. You’ll take four core courses that cover the foundation of our M.Ed. program, including the principles of cognitive science, metrics to measure achievement, relevant technology and more. Concentrations include: Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology, Learning Design and Technology, Online Teaching, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

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Education Teachers, Postsecondary, K-12 online teachers, Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED Teachers and Instructors, Online corporate trainers, Teachers and Instructors, Online curriculum designers, Education Administrators, Assessing and managing online instruction, Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education, Digital media design in teaching and learning, Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School, Technology Specialist, Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education, Instructional Coordinators, Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education, Instructional Designers and Technologists, Education Administrators, Preschool and Child Care Center/Program, Foreign Language & Literature Teachers, Postsecondary, Education Administrators, Elementary, Secondary, and Postsecondary Schools, Training & Development Specialists, Higher Education Online Teachers, Training & Development Managers, Museum Educators, Military Trainers

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Master of Public Administration

While many other online MPA degree programs focus almost exclusively on the public sector, Post has integrated its MBA with its MPA degree program to create a valuable, innovative academic experience that enhances your executive administration skills so you can make a real difference in your organization while you learn. By blending graduate-level public administration and business courses, our MPA curriculum develops your management, organizational and financial skills to help you advance in the nonprofit sector. A concentration in Emergency Management and Homeland Security is available.

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Budget Analyst, City Manager, City Planner, Human Resources Manager, Municipal Budget Director, Executive Director, Consultant, Program Manager, Senior Research Manager, Project Director, University Director, County Commissioner, Director of Health Services, Marketing Director, Non-Profit Manager, Management Specialist, Financial Planner, Police/Fire Administrator, Clinic Manager, Director of Government Relations

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Master of Science in Accounting

In our MSA program, you’ll focus on higher-level, big picture thinking and strategies that will help you succeed and lead change. Courses thoroughly cover effective strategies and practice with decision-making, verbal and written communication, as well as management/leadership skills. We’ve designed our accelerated MSA program with you in mind. You’ll be on your way to earning the graduate-level credits that may be part of your state’s requirements to sit for the CPA exam.

NOTE: Licensure is a professional process that varies from state to state. Please consult the appropriate state agency to determine the specific requirements for licensure in your state.

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Personal Financial Advisors, Financial Analysts, Loan Counselors, Chief Executives, Credit Analysts, Accounting Clerks, Financial Quantitative Analysts, Budget Analysts, Tax Examiners, Bookkeepers, Treasures, Risk Management Specialists, Controllers, Investment Underwriters, Accounting Directors, Compliance Managers, Forensic Accountants, External Auditors, Corporate Accountants, Chief Financial Officers, Brand Development Representatives, Network Security Analysts, Purchasing Agents, Quality Assurance Engineer, * Certified Public Accountant (CPA), * Certified Management Accountant (CMA),  * Certified Financial Manager (CFM),  * Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM),  * Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), * Enrolled Agent (EA),  * Certified Internal Auditor (CIA),  * Certified Financial Planner (CFP)

* May require advanced licensure and/or certification.

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State Accounting Associations
For a complete list of State Accounting Associations please visit AICPA.org.

State Boards of Accountancy
For a complete list of Boards of Accountancy please visit NASBA.org.


Master of Science in Couseling and Human Services

Those with a Master of Science Degree in Counseling and Human Services will have the ability to provide client services in a wide variety of fields, such as psychology, rehabilitation or social work; which can include support for families, or individuals. There is no limit to the paths a student can take since this field is growing tremendously. Choose from one of the concentrations: Alcohol & Drug Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Forensic Mental Health Counseling, and Non-Profit Management.

The field of Human Services is a career field dedicated to helping those who are in need. They may assist clients in identifying and obtaining available benefits along with social and community services. They develop, organize and manage programs to prevent and resolve problems relevant to substance abuse, human relationships, rehabilitation or dependent care, among others. Professionals also focus on prevention as well as remediation of problems and maintaining a commitment to improving the overall quality of life of service populations.

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Case Workers, Family Support Workers, Youth Services Workers, Child/Client Advocates, Behavioral Management Aides, Drug Abuse Counselors, Life Skills Counselors, Social Service Aides, Therapeutic Assistants, Probation Officers, Parole Officers, Juvenile Court Liaisons, Child Abuse Workers, Group Home Workers, Mental Health Aides, Community Outreach Workers, Community Organizers, Intake Interviewers, Community Action Workers, Psychological Aides, Rehabilitation Case Workers, Residential Managers, Social Service Assistants, Home Based Assistants, Mental Health Technicians, Outreach Specialists, Addiction Counselor Assistants, Adoption Services

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Regional Associations

These regional organizations offer separate annual conferences to address the distinct needs within each region, while also interfacing with the national organization through participation on the national board.

Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Human Services
The Mid-Atlantic Consortium for Human Services includes the following states: Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C.

Contact for More Information
Nicole Jackson, Regional Director
machs@nationalhumanservices.org
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Midwest Organization for Human Services
The Midwest Organization for Human Services includes the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin

Contact for More Information
Erin Jenkins
mwohs@nationalhumanservices.org

New England Organization for Human Service
The New England Organization for Human Service includes the following states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont

Contact for More Information
Charles Kelly
neohs@nationalhumanservices.org

Northwest Human Services Association
The Northwest Human Services Association includes Alaska, Colorado, Guam, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming

Contact for More Information
Kelly Felice
nwest@nationalhumanservices.org

Southern Organization for Human Services
The Southern Organization for Human Services includes the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia

Contact for More Information
Susan Claxton
sohs@nationalhumanservices.org

Western Region of Human Service Professionals
The Western Region of Human Service Professions includes the following states: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas

Contact for More Information
Larry Kegler
west@nationalhumanservices.org

Master of Science in Higher Education Administration

The Master of Science in Higher Education Administration is for professionals who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of all aspects of post-secondary education. Although, this program is not a teacher licensure program, it is specifically designed to provide educators who are presently working in the field, and those who plan to work in higher education, with the specialized knowledge, methods and strategies required to address the needs of both traditional college students and adult/lifelong learners in a variety of education contexts.

Related Career Areas

  • Change Leadership
  • Practical Applications of Adult Learning Theory
  • Curriculum and Instruction within Higher Education
  • For-Profit Vs. Non-Profit Higher Issues in Higher Education
  • Future of Higher Education
  • Financing of Higher Education
  • Political Issues Facing Higher Education
  • Online, Hybrid, Open-Source, Informal and Other Models of Higher Education

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State Education Agencies
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Master of Science in Project Management

A master's degree in Project Management is a strategic competence which exposes students to the tools, techniques, processes and best practices that can help them manage a modern organization's project-based work. In today's business world, it is essential to be able to work across countries and organizational boundaries. The field of project management has been embraced by businesses as a way to promote flexibility in the organization as well as improve response times and the management of time, money and people. With a master's degree in project management you will gain a detailed process and procedural knowledge of project management functions and how they interface with organizations; understand the different types of project-based tools and applications of theory for project management, managing virtual teams, risk management and innovative financial practices/analytics.

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Chief Executives, Logistics Analysts, General and Operations Managers, Business Operations Specialists, Industrial Production Managers, Risk Management Specialists, Purchasing Managers, Information Technology Project Managers, Logistics Managers, Business Teachers - Postsecondary, Supply Chain Managers, First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers, Wind Energy Project Managers, First-Line Supervisors of Production and Operating Workers

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