About this course
The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (MACP) program prepares students for a meaningful career as a licensed mental health professional, specifically as licensed counselors, with the ability to serve diverse populations within society. Through classroom learning and fieldwork, you will learn to identify patterns of behavior and articulate treatment plans for a variety of patients. However, developing critical and analytical thinking skills is only part what makes our graduates successful in this field.
Our program is taught within the framework of our Franciscan values – a love of learning, a commitment to service, and respect for all. These values empower our graduates to bring a high level of professionalism and humanity to the people and groups they serve. To meet your needs and time constraints, you may enroll as a full- or part-time student
- Graduation from an accredited baccalaureate program
- Official transcripts of past collegiate work including post-baccalaureate work
- 9 credits in psychology coursework or its equivalent (recommended)
- Personal statement
- Two letters of recommendation