graduate counseling program
Currently offered on Huntington University's main campus in Huntington, IN and the Fort Wayne Campus at Parkview Hospital Randallia.
The MA in Counseling, offered in both Huntington and Fort Wayne, Indiana, provides students with unique educational experiences in and out of the classroom. Some of the program distinctives include a program that meets or exceeds all Indiana state requirements for licensure as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), professors who are actively seeing clients, intentionality in faith integration, extensive theoretical breadth, experiential learning opportunities, and a commitment to serving the community. Learn more.
Huntington University Graduate School provides Christ-centered, quality counselor training that promotes both scholarship and service. Our students work to redeem the world one client at a time through understanding and applying our core values of grace, truth, awareness, reconciliation, and community. Learn more.
The cost for the graduate counseling program is $466 per credit hour for the 2012-2013 academic year. Both full and half-time students are eligible for student loans. Students enrolled in at least six hours (two courses) each semester can defer repayment of student loans. Scholarships and graduate assistantships also are available. Learn more.
The graduate counseling program director shares why students choose Huntington University's graduate counseling program. Learn more.
Graduate Counseling Programs in Indiana
Because Indiana's licensure requirements are more stringent than most other states, students who complete their degree at Huntington often have fewer roadblocks in state-to-state licensure mobility. As Huntington's MA in Counseling meets or exceeds all of Indiana's standards for licensure as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), students from other states needing to complete licensure requirements can do so at HU. Learn more.