• M.A. in Counseling – Alumni Academic Program Support Survey 2010-2011

    Data from alumni indicate a high level of satisfaction with the Master of Arts in Counseling program at Colorado Christian University. Alumni note the instructional abilities and professional competence of faculty as a key strength of the Master of Arts in Counseling program. Students also feel very well prepared in the content areas of Professional Orientation and Helping Relationships.

    Questions 2010-2011 (n=21)
    Percentage of Very Satisfied/Satisfied
    Overall Curriculum 89%
    Instructional
    Abilities of Faculty
    82%
    Professional
    Competence of Faculty
    82%
    Accessibility of Faculty 94%
    Academic Advising 61%
    Program Facilities and Resources 94%
    Faculty as Mentors 78%
    Student Evaluation Procedures 82%
    Duration of Program 100%
    Use of Technology in Instruction 72%

    General Quality of the Program

    Knowledge/skill areas in the program

    Questions 2010-2011 (n=21)
    Percentage of Very Satisfied/Satisfied
    Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice 100%
    Human Growth and Development 78%
    Career Development 83%
    Helping Relationships 100%
    Assessment 76%
    Group Work 89%
    Research and Program Evaluation 72%