Master of Science in Human Services Counseling (Non-Clinical)
Southwestern Assemblies of God University

Program Details

Southwestern Assemblies of God University offers the Master of Science in Human Services Counseling (Non-Clinical), a program which provides counseling knowledge and skills to individuals and ministry professionals who desire practical graduate level training for effective intervention and care giving in human service agencies and institutions as well as various church related settings. Graduates of this program may find themselves working in various community, church and para-church programs as caseworkers, intake specialists, and other roles including providing assistance to state licensed counseling professionals.


Must hold a regionally or professionally accredited undergraduate degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or a related area. Those not having met the aforementioned requirement must successfully complete the following twelve hours of undergraduate courses in Psychology: PSY 1113 Psychology of Selfhood and the Christian Faith; PSY 3313 Abnormal Psychology; PSY 3333 Theories of Personality; PSY 4113 History and Systems in Psychology. Must have a minimum score of 150 on the verbal and 3.5 on the analytical writing section on the GRE.

School Accreditation Statement

Association for Biblical Higher Education, Commission on Accreditation,Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges