The Master of Arts in Counseling degree at MNU is designed to train compassionate individuals to develop the knowledge and skills needed to be exceptional professional counselors.
If you’re hoping to earn your degree in Kansas or Missouri, consider the benefits MNU’s counseling programs offer. Our program incorporates a high level of scholarship with real-world application, supervised client counseling and an integration of psychology and Christian faith. We are the only private university in Kansas to offer a CACREP-accredited graduate program in counseling.
There has never been a greater need for prepared professionals to assist those who are struggling with emotional and psychological pain. Utilizing “the science of compassion,” trained counselors facilitate hope and healing from personal and relational pain. Our Master’s degree in Counseling program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP)—the gold standard in the field professional counseling.
- Graduate with the academic and experience requirements for licensure in Kansas, Missouri and most other states
- Day or evening options available
- Complete 60 credit hours in 33 months
- Available in two metro locations—Olathe and Liberty
Upcoming Application Deadlines and Program Start Dates
Groups Starting in Olathe & Liberty:
Early Bird Application Deadline:
January 15, 2015
Standard Application Deadline:
March 1, 2015
Available Master of Arts in Counseling Tracks:
Winding Road to Success
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Taking Counseling Skills to Most Vulne…
Fourteen graduate counseling students and a professor from Mid America Nazarene University (MNU) sit around a makeshift “campfire” made of flashlights in a small village in… Read More
It's Still Worth It
Amid some media suggestions that the cost of a university degree might outweigh its value, a new report cited in USA Today's article by Mary Beth Marklein reaffirms the economic… Read More