Student Learning Outcomes

Students who graduate with an M.A. or M.M.F.C./T. degree from the Graduate Counseling Program should:

  1. Possess a knowledge of the field of mental health counseling or marriage and family counseling/therapy.
  2. Demonstrate competency in utilizing counseling skills in the classroom and in their practicum/internship experience.
  3. Demonstrate competency in formulating client diagnosis and appropriate treatment plans.
  4. Possess the ability to read and critique research articles and apply the knowledge learned to current problems and issues.
  5. Embrace diversity as essential in working with clients.
  6. Possess the ability to integrate the principles of mental health counseling with a Christian worldview.