Receive your J.D. and Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling through Liberty University’s dual degree program. Through the Human Services Counseling Children, Families and the Law cognate, you will explore human growth and development, interpersonal communication, group dynamics and multicultural issues in human services. Ranked among the top five programs in the nation, the M.A. in Human Services Counseling equips you to improve the lives of those you serve.
To earn your Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling, you must apply and be accepted into the program. You must also get the approval of the law school registrar and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. The School of Law registrar will provide you with an application.
Tuition for the M.A. in Human Services Counseling is covered by your law school tuition for the fall and spring semesters. Tuition for the summer and winter terms is not covered.