The MA in Counseling degree equips students to serve both faith communities and general populations as Licensed Professional Counselors. Upon completion of the program, students have a holistic understanding of wellness and the knowledge, ethics, values, skills and personal dispositions to provide mental health services to a multicultural population. Through a faculty of scholar-practitioners, a rigorous curriculum, and experiential learning, students are well-prepared for a future in the counseling vocation.
In addition, the MA in Counseling aims to meet Kansas, Missouri, and other state educational requirements for licensure. It is important for every student to understand the requirements of their state. To check on a state’s licensure eligibility requirements, click here.
This program is designed to prepare persons from a wide range of spiritual and social identities for vocations as clinically skilled licensed counselors who will: