Have you considered pursuing a Christian counseling education at Colorado Christian University but are not sure you have what it takes to devote your life to integrating your faith into a career to help others facing crises? If you have always wanted to serve others, enrich the lives of others and share your faith in … Continued
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.
Colorado Christian University offers many degree programs for adults returning to school, and if you know you want to pursue a college degree (or get an advanced degree such as a Master’s), you may be wondering how the degree will benefit your life both spiritually and professionally. The benefits to any college education are endless, … Continued
Are you contemplating pursuing a counseling degree at Colorado Christian University and wonder if you have “what it takes” to spend your days listening to other people’s problems and knowing what to do and say to help them? If so, you’re not alone. Most students in one of the counseling degree programs at CCU often … Continued
The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) has recently granted accreditation to Colorado Christian University’s Master of Arts in Counseling degree program. CCU, a fully accredited private university in Lakewood, Colorado, is the only member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities in an eight-state area and offers over thirty … Continued
According to information provided by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), one in every eight Americans has a significant drug and/or alcohol problem, and 40% of those suffering with addiction also have some other mental/nervous disorder, which classifies them as having a “dual diagnosis.” Over 27 million Americans use illicit drugs … Continued