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New Programs for Human Services

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The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is rolling out a new master’s degree in Human Services that allows students to declare a concentration in either human services practice or administration.

The program was developed in response to demand for professionals in case management. In addition to the new master’s degree, WilmU will offer a certificate in Case Management and Human Services.

Leading the program is Dr. Allan Zaback, who has more than three decades of experience in Human Services with the State of Delaware. As director for the Delaware Division of Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities, he managed a $30-million budget and a staff of 130.

He became an adjunct at Wilmington University in 2008 and was named Chair of Administration of Human Services in 2018. He earned his doctorate in Organizational Leadership and Innovation at WilmU in 2017.

Explore the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences’ programs on our website.

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