Colorado Christian University offers the Master of Arts in Counseling degree for students who want to take the National Counselor Exam or for students looking to advance their careers counseling individuals, families and groups. CCU’s counseling classes include hands-on field experiences and are offered evenings and occasional weekend times to help meet busy schedule demands. Upon completion of the CCU’s Master of Arts in Counseling, graduates are prepared to take the Colorado Licensure Exam. The application for admission to CCU’s Master of Arts in Counseling program is available online, giving you the flexibility to complete your application and access required documents in multiple stages.
If you are considering a counseling master degree, there’s a bit of learning curve that you’ll encounter before you even set foot in the classroom. Anytime a person enters a new field—be it a new educational endeavor, a new job, or even a new hobby—there are a fresh set of facts, definitions, and concepts to [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Choosing a counselor is not easy, and this is probably because of all the variables involved in making such a decision. From considering the gender of the counselor, to the scope of one’s issue, to the extent of the counselor’s training, to the level of their counseling degrees, to their are of specialty, there are [...]Read the rest of this entry »
For those who are considering a counseling degree program, the ultimate desire is to help others cope with problems. Whether it’s as a drug and alcohol counselor, a family counselor or even as a marriage counselor, the desire to help others improve their lives is as much a calling as it is a career. But [...]Read the rest of this entry »
There are all kinds of reasons why someone would want to get a master’s degree in counseling. People with master’s degrees usually make more money. Master’s degrees give people the satisfaction of having achieved personal goals. For some, a master’s degree is one step higher up the ladder of greater achievement or corporate promotion. If [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Counselors have a tough job—helping people with their problems. In a depressed economy, they’ve got job security; there’s no shortage of problems, meaning that there is no end of a need for qualified counselors to enter counseling careers. But it takes more than a caring heart and a patient spirit to enter these counseling careers. [...]Read the rest of this entry »