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Center for Counseling & Family Studies

Graduate Counseling

Counseling Programs

The Graduate Counseling program, launched in 1981, is committed to providing quality professional training of mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, and human service providers from a faith-based perspective. Our training in theory and practice of counseling is designed for those seeking career opportunities in mental health agencies, hospital programs, private practices, church-related or faith-based counseling centers, and other public and private facilities. The department's mission and purpose is extended to students who are not able to attend a more traditional residential program through technologies appropriate to distance learning.

Degree Programs

Master's Degrees

  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.) - Residential
  • Professional Counseling (M.A.) - Online
  • Marriage & Family Therapy (M.A.) - Residential & Online
  • Human Services Counseling (M.A.) - Residential & Online
    • Addictions & Recovery - Residential & Online
    • Business - Residential & Online
    • Christian Ministries - Residential & Online
    • Criminal Justice - Online
    • Crisis Response & Trauma - Residential & Online
    • Executive Leadership - Residential & Online
    • Health & Wellness - Residential & Online
    • Life Coaching - Residential & Online
    • Marriage & Family - Residential & Online
    • Military Resilience - Online

Doctoral Degrees

  • Philosophy (Ph.D.) - Online
    • Professional Counseling
    • Pastoral Care and Counseling

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