The new Master of Arts in Professional Counseling will offer a variety of courses required by the state of Georgia for licensure.
The unique courses in this master’s program provide students with knowledge about psychological theory, counseling techniques and assessment within a biblical worldview.
Courses for the M.A. in Professional Counseling will be offered on the TMU campus two days each week providing a flexible schedule for students who plan to work while completing the program.
Individuals seeking the 63 credit hour program must have a bachelor’s degree and are strongly recommended to complete a research methods course that includes statistics prior to applying to the program.
Areas of Study
- Theories & Techniques in Counseling
- Multicultural Theories: Counseling Across Cultures
- Intervention in Theory & Practice
- Group Dynamics & Therapeutic Models
- Intervention Specialist
- Mental Health Counselor
- Substance Abuse Counselor
- Marriage and Family Therapist
Dr. Natalie Ford, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science
706-865-2134, ext. 6205