Geneva College



Master of Arts in Counseling

Master's Degree in Counseling

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The Master of Arts in Counseling Degree Programs at Geneva College provide academic training to students who wish to become professional counselors.  The programs are especially designed for those who wish to integrate an understanding of Christian faith with professional counseling of diverse counselees in a variety of religious and secular settings. A multidimensional holistic view of persons examines the interplay of physical, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of life.  Professional counselors use various interventions to facilitate wellness, personal growth, and mental health among those whom they counsel.


Program is offered at two locations: Main Campus and Cranberry (RLA)

Two start dates are available: Fall (Sep.) and Spring (Jan.) semesters

Students choose among the following three MA in Counseling Programs at Geneva College.

  1. Marriage and Family Counseling Program
    (60 Credits)
  2. Clinical Mental Health Counseling (60 Credits)
  3. School Counseling (51 Credits)

For more information contact:
Marina Frazier


Geneva's Master's in Counseling is a CACREP accredited program.