The Master of Arts in Counseling Program is dedicated to educating, motivating and preparing highly qualified, ethically and culturally competent, professional counselors. You'll be provided with the skills and knowledge necessary to address client issues in a diverse and global society and tackle emerging issues in mental health and wellness. Graduates of our program can be licensed as professional counselors, professional clinical mental health counselors, or professional school counselors.
Students elect a primary concentration in one of two areas: Clinical Mental Health Counseling or School Counseling. Students may also enroll in a license endorsement-only option completing approved academic requirements in the state of Ohio to be eligible for licensure in both clinical mental health and school counseling. This is not a second master's degree.
We've consistently been rated one of the top counseling programs in the region. Our numbers say why.
If you have any questions about the admission process, reach out to Assistant Director of Admissions, Katie Mullins. She works with all interested MAC students to navigate the admission process. All applicants will need:
- Three letters of recommendation
- A goal statement
- Transcript with a minimum GPA of 3.0.