Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling

Help those with struggles of the heart, mind, and soul. This unique Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling program teaches clinical excellence as well as the deep personal emotional and spiritual awarenesses that promote the inner strength and connection necessary as a helping professional. It is an intensive experience that prepares you for work in areas such as addictions, community mental health, college counseling, hospice, children and adolescents, senior living, church settings, and more.
When you graduate, you’ll meet the academic and practicum/internship requirements for Licensed Professional Counselors in Pennsylvania.

Here’s what it takes

Most students follow a three-year course of study that includes coursework and practical clinical work. Some students are able to complete the program in a rigorous two years that includes summer and Jan-term courses.

All students must complete the program within six years. Students take courses from each of the areas below to total 62 credits.

Curriculum Areas Credits
Clinical Counseling 40 credits
Biblical & Theological Disciplines 13 credits
Electives 9 credits
TOTAL 62 credits

MACC Program DetailsCurriculum, Practicum & Internship, adding a concentration or certificate.