Apply for a Master’s in Counseling Today: $50 off Application Fee

50 dollarsOne in 10 Americans suffer from depression, and countless others deal with grief, anger, chronic pain and brokenness every day. Are you gifted at listening, counseling and encouraging? A Master of Arts in Counseling provides you with the professional training you need to pursue your goal of becoming a Christian counselor. Colorado Christian University plans to offer this study program at our Grand Junction campus in 2014, and we welcome you to learn more about the Master’s in Counseling Program and discover how you can save $50 off the application fee.

Fill Out the Application Today to Save $50

Classes start on January 13, 2014, but we’re only accepting applications until December 6. You’ll want to fill out and submit yours today. Because we want to help you achieve your degree, we’re offering a $50 discount on your application fee when you follow three steps.

1. Attend one optional information session held at our Grand Junction Center on October 17 or November 14.

2. Complete the application, answer the essay question, submit your resume and complete additional admission requirements before the December 6 deadline.

3. Enter the code MACGJ in the payment options section to waive the $50 application fee.

4. After you’re accepted, prepare to start classes on January 13, 2014.

Why Earn a Masters in Counseling Degree

The spiritual gift of exhortation motivates you to help others, and we provide the training you need to fulfill your calling professionally. Our graduate counseling program includes 60 credit hours spread out over two-and-a-half years, and we offer day, night and weekend classes to accommodate your busy life.

During your studies, take classes like family systems and psychopharmacology as you learn how to counsel the whole person. Develop expertise and skills in the classroom, while observing in clinical environments and during supervised counseling sessions. While obtaining professional expertise, you’ll also learn how to balance this other-focused profession with self-care so that you don’t burnout or compromise your health as you help others.

If God’s leading you to become a professional counselor, take the next step and earn your Masters in Counseling degree. It gives you the opportunity to serve others, exercise your spiritual gifts and make a difference in the hearts, minds and souls of hurting people. Find out more when you contact Colorado Christian University today.