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Official Degree Title
Develop your skills in research, grant management, and program development while also deepening your understanding of the issues affecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) populations. You’ll learn to apply research in order to facilitate prevention and intervention efforts for psychological, social, educational, and health problems.
What You'll Learn
Rooted in social and developmental psychology, this dual degree develops your skills in research, grant management, and program development. You’ll learn about the factors that influence communities and individuals, especially those in the LGBT community, and develop skills to provide more effective services to LGBT people and organizations serving this population.
Students who pursue both the post-master's advanced certificate in LGBT Health, Education, and Social Sciences may count 6 credits from the curriculum toward the elective component of their Human Development and Social Intervention (HDSI) MA curriculum.