The online MA in Counseling is a quality academic program designed for the working professional interested in licensure and pursuing clinical and academic expertise. Graduates are prepared for a variety of career paths, whether they’d like to open a private practice, work in a clinical behavioral health setting, lead a non-profit organization, or pursue their Ph.D.
The following concentrations are available:
- Marriage and Family
- Mental Health
A Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution. A GPA of 3.0. Official transcripts. Three letters of recommendation. Essay. A personal interview. Undergraduate course work in psychology totaling at least 15 hours. A TOEFL score of 540 or higher on the paper version, 207 or higher on the computer version if English is not your native language.
School Accreditation Statement
Higher Learning Commission