Geneva College

 

 

Outcomes

  1. Students will demonstrate knowledge, skills, and personal awareness in the following core areas: human growth and development, foundations of faith-based counseling, group work, social and cultural foundations, the helping relationship, career and lifestyle development, appraisal, research and program evaluation, and professional orientation and ethics.
  2. Students will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Christian faith and an ability to analyze and evaluate counseling issues from that perspective.
  3. Students will demonstrate mastery of counseling knowledge, skills, and personal awareness in practicum and internship experiences and in a counseling specialization (marriage and family counseling, mental health counseling, or school counseling).
    a. Students in the Marriage and Family Counseling Program will demonstrate skills and knowledge so as to assess couple and family function and dysfunction; and join the respective relational system using interventions to create therapeutic change for the purpose of creating greater relational satisfaction within a framework of theoretical and ethical guidelines while being aware of social, cultural, sexual, and religious factors which impact the relational system in internship experiences.
    b. Students in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program will demonstrate basic mental health counseling skills and mastery of essential mental health knowledge in internship endeavors.
    c. Students in the School Counseling Program will demonstrate the knowledge and performance competencies to facilitate the academic, career, and social/emotional development of students through effective ethical application of counseling, consulting, coordinating, and appraising skills.
  4. Given the array of different personal skills and abilities possessed by diverse individuals, students will select and develop a personal style of practice, supervised experiences, and professional development.


 

Point of Excellence

Geneva has a larger percentage of senior faculty than most U.S. colleges, with 45% being full professors compared to the national average of 25%.
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Upcoming Events
COMMUNITY
Living in Color: Steppin’ Up—Moving from Theory to Action
The conference, which focuses on getting involved in multicultural issues, will be held Nov. 7-8.
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
MBA program to host Open House
An information session that includes a complementary dinner will be held at the Cranberry Regional Learning Alliance on Tue., Oct. 28.
VISIT EVENTS
Business Day is November 8
Activities for those interested in business majors include simulations and networking with current students, faculty and local business leaders.
GUEST SPEAKERS
Theology professor and author Dr. Vincent Bacote to visit Geneva
The Director of Wheaton College’s Center for Applied Christian Ethics will speak in chapel on Oct 22.
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
Master's in Counseling reception to be held in Cranberry
Program information will be presented at the RLA on Monday, October 13 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.