Clinical Mental Health Counseling


The purpose of the 60-hour Master of Arts in Counseling program is to prepare counselors with strong Christian philosophical foundations accompanied by excellent skills to do Christian counseling in churches, agencies, and counseling centers. It is designed to prepare professional counselors to be properly credentialed by the state in which they desire to practice and is in compliance with national training standards. The Master of Arts in Counseling degree fulfills the educational requirements for licensure as a professional counselor with clinical endorsement in the State of Ohio, and also satisfies the educational requirements for credentialing as a National Certified Counselor.

Students graduating from the Master of Arts in Counseling program shall (1) utilize spiritual and psychological development to facilitate work with others; (2) demonstrate a concern for the spiritual and psychological needs of others; (3) demonstrate an appreciation for the uniqueness of people; (4) integrate interpersonal qualities and theoretical understandings; (5) use learned skills that translate into effective counseling relationships; (6) demonstrate competency in the areas of assessment, appraisal, diagnosis, treatment planning, and evaluation; (7) demonstrate an effective integration of theology, psychology, and counseling; (8) be skilled in the specialization areas in which they are employed; and (9) understand the professional setting in which they are employed.


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Course Offerings (Clinical Mental Health Counseling)

MAC Degree Requirements  ( 2011-2013 Catalog  |  2013-2015 Catalog )

Program of Study  ( Fall Cohort  |  Spring cohort )

MAC Program Assessment Summary Report

Program Coordinator
David Brown, Associate Professor 513.244.8193 (phone)
513.244.8180 (fax)