PHD Doctor of Philosophy in Human Services Health Care Administration specialization
What You'll Learn
Outcome goals and graduates' proficiency levels
Each doctoral program and specialization is designed around expected learning outcomes (see Expected Program Outcomes below). End of program performance is determined during the comprehensive exam and dissertation process. Because the work is unique to each learner's dissertation or research topic and the criteria for evaluation are aligned to that work, we do not collect data on proficiency levels for doctoral programs.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Human Services specializations
- Multidisciplinary Human Services
- Health Care Administration
- Nonprofit Management and Leadership
- Social and Community Services
Quality and Professional Relevance
- 100% of Capella faculty in the School of Human Services hold doctoral degrees from accredited universities and colleges.
- More than 1,000 colleges and universities have employed Capella learners and graduates as leaders, staff, and faculty.
Expected Program Outcomes for All Specializations
- Understand the current theories and practices of the human services disciplines.
- Conduct valid, reliable, and ethical human services research.
- Think critically and write effectively in one's discipline and/or professional practice.
- Effectively advocate for social change.
- Embrace the need for diversity/multicultural perspectives in decision-making.
- Develop social and professional ethics.