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MA in Human Development and Social Intervention

Graduates of the Human Development and Social Intervention Program (HDSI) follow meaningful career paths working in non-for-profits, community-based organizations, policy think-tanks and research organizations.  Many graduates go on to pursue advanced degrees in doctoral study across varying disciplines such as developmental psychology and community psychology.

Outcomes

Our alumni hold positions such as:

35.3 percent of graduates of the last 3 years work in education and school based settings.23.5 percent of graduates of the past 3 years are currently enrolled in doctoral programs11.8 percent of graduates of the past 3 years work in human service organizations.9.8 percent of graduates of the past 3 years work in health care organizations.7.8 percent of graduates of the past 3 years work in government organizations.5.9 percent of graduates in the past 3 years work at charitable foundations5.9 percent of graduates in the past 3 years work in other settings.

The data below depicts job placement information for students who graduated from the NYU Human Development and Social Intervention Masters Program within the past several years.

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