Adult School of Psychology and Counseling
The Master of Science in Counseling degree program prepares students to acquire the capacities for professional competencies demonstrated within professional helping counseling dispositions to identify with the counseling profession, to ethically practice professional or pastoral counseling with sensitivity to diversity and spirituality, and to develop strong results-oriented proficiencies in clinical mental health counseling; marital, couples, and family counseling/therapy; clinical mental health addictions counseling; pastoral counseling and spiritual direction; or applied behavioral science.
MACU is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission.
Students must complete all coursework with a minimum CGPA of 3.0, along with completing the required practicum/internship hours per the University requirements or those of their state of residence.
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