Founded on biblical principles, MACU’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate degree prepares graduates to work in a variety of clinical settings and Christian ministries. Classes integrate scientific method with faith-based principles.
Students learn how to create treatment plans and achieve a therapeutic relationship with their clients. Clinical mental health counselors can help others overcome challenges and increase their wellbeing. After graduation and obtaining state licensure, students can work in private, public, and nonprofit counseling roles.
Possible careers for graduates include:
- Academic counselor
- Career counselor
- Marriage and family counselor
- Mental health counselor
- Substance abuse counselor
- A bachelor's degree
- 2.75 GPA or higher
School Accreditation Statement
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission