Master of Science in Counseling


psychologyThe Marian University Master of Science Counseling Program is a community of students and faculty built on the vision and values of our Catholic and Franciscan heritage, and dedicated to preparing counseling professionals who are committed to assisting and transforming the lives of students, families, and those in crisis through the use of evidence-based practice.

Program Description

The graduate counseling program prepares school and clinical mental health counselors through comprehensive programs designed to meet professional standards of CACREP, Indiana LMHC licensure eligibility, and the Indiana State Board of Education Initial Practitioner License. The program utilizes a competency-based curriculum providing a holistic approach to mental health that integrates aspects of the mind, body, and spirit. The two-year program is designed for full-time students using a cohort, face-to-face model. Part-time students will be considered only after meeting with the Graduate Program Director to design a curriculum plan.

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