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M.A. in Marriage, Couple & Family Counseling

Online with Residency or On-Campus Degree

The Master of Arts in Marriage, Couple & Family Counseling is an online or on-campus degree that will equip you for a fulfilling career in counseling by preparing you to sit, in most states, for the marriage and family therapy licensing examination. Combining the study of progressive counseling techniques and theories, hands-on clinical fieldwork and a Christ-centered perspective, you will gain professional development that is second-to-none.

  • Learn to apply systematic research and theories that encourage real self-awareness and understanding.
  • Transform in professional development as you participate and lead in organizations.
  • Gain valuable experience from a supervised clinical experience in community, agency and school settings.
  • Be poised for the pursuit of doctoral degrees including the Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision.

Career Opportunities:

  • Public Agencies
  • Private Practices
  • Mental Health Facilities
  • Church Counseling Centers

CACREP accredited in accordance with the Commonwealth of Virginia and most other states; be sure to check your state’s requirements.

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