The Master of Arts in Professional Counseling has a 48 hour program and a 60 hour program, both intended to prepare students to pursue state licensure and national certification. This degree program provides professional training and education for students seeking career opportunities in mental health agencies, private practices, faith-based counseling centers and other areas. Graduates will have a thorough background in areas of integration of faith and spirituality into practice; individual and group counseling; clinical practice; ethical, professional and legal issues; social and cultural factors; human development; work, leisure and career development; and the application of research and statistics to understand mental health issues.
Licensure information: Unique Board Requirements
16-week Classroom Instructional Format
Sampling of program courses: