Geneva College’s Master of Arts in Counseling offers academic training for students looking to pursue a career path of professional counseling. Students in the Christian counseling master’s degree program can choose from one of three concentrations, including Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling; Clinical Mental Health Counseling; or School Counseling.
Students earning a graduate counseling degree in Pennsylvania will benefit from a fully integrated program that combines the foundational tenets of Christian faith along with the secular viewpoints necessary to provide well-rounded professional counseling guidance to individuals in secular and religious settings. The mental health counseling master’s degree equips students with a multidimensional viewpoint that takes into account the relational aspects of an individual’s social, spiritual, psychological and physical health. Professional counselors with a school counseling master’s degree will learn the necessary counseling tools and interventions needed to guide an individual toward improved mental health, wellness and personal growth.
Students can embark on a graduate counseling degree program from two locations, the Main Campus and Cranberry (RLA), with starting dates beginning in the spring (January) semester or the fall (September).
Students in Geneva’s Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling concentration or the Clinical Mental Health Counseling concentration will complete a total of 60 credit hours. Students who wish to complete the School Counseling concentration will complete a total of 51 credit hours.
To learn more about pursuing one of these educational paths through a master’s degree in counseling at Geneva College, please fill out the form on this page for more information.
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