Master of Science in Counseling/Marriage and Family Counseling
The Master of Science in Counseling degree program with a specialization in Marriage and Family Counseling provides the required knowledge and skills for students to become competent and ethical practitioners. The MSC/MFC specialization provides a needed service to the community through collaboration with agencies and institutions and their personnel and through the provision of continuing counselor education and programming. Students are involved in a variety of educational and clinical activities that prepare them to help their clients to achieve their potential. The program encompasses foundations of counseling and guidance including theories and their application with groups and individuals, assessment and evaluation, counseling and consultative relationships, career planning for students, and program development, implementation, and evaluation. The program addresses critical issues facing counselors and offers supervised clinical experiences. 54 credits.
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