There are many career reasons to earn a graduate degree in counseling. Whether you want to open a private practice, work in a clinical behavioral health setting, lead a non-profit organization or go on to get your Ph.D., the M.A. in Counseling will give you flexibility to build your own career. Bethel College can help you prepare for the future with a quality academic program designed for the working professional interested in licensure and pursuing clinical and academic expertise.
This program consists of 60 semester hours beyond the baccalaureate degree. Students will progress through the program in a cohort model utilizing classes on campus and online.
Students can choose from the following concentrations: