The Master of Arts in Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling track at MNU is designed to train you as a couples and/or family counselor.
For students whose passion for counseling is geared toward a desire to work with couples and families. This track prepares you to provide excellence in counseling services in a variety of settings, including private practice, agency, and community centers to better meet the needs facing couples and families in our society today.
The course work of the entire counseling program prepares you to be a general counselor first and then adds classes specific designed as a means of better preparing you for work within their area of marriage and family counseling. This program leads to meeting general requirements for counseling licensure.
Available Master of Arts in Counseling Tracks:
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- School Counseling
- Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling
- Spiritual Formation and Christian Counseling
Don't forget, our marriage, couples and family counseling degree 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 marriage, couples and family counseling degree is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP)—the gold standard in the field professional counseling.
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