You know what’s so great about counseling? It lets you effect lasting, genuine changes in people’s lives while furnishing you with a comfortable lifestyle. The wages are decent, the demand is high, and the versatility within the profession is great. Getting your counseling degree online gives you access to opportunities and viability for years to … 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.
Excellent communication skills, keen listening skills and a high level of compassion make a great start for a career in counseling. Add a master of arts degree in counseling (MAC) to the mix and you’ve just pushed the door open even further. A masters degree in counseling can help you land any number of career … Continued
You know you want to help people improve their lives on both psychological and personal levels. You’ve chosen to further your education and become a become a licensed professional social worker or counselor. But which degree will get you where you really want to be? Let’s take a look at the Master of Arts in … Continued
Earlier this year, Kathryn Herrmann was gracious enough to take time out of her day and discuss the Master of Arts in Counseling program at CCU/CAGS. Little did we know, but turns out Kathryn is not only incredibly well rounded; she is smart, funny and an all around superstar. Whether this is a student or … Continued
It’s not uncommon for people to call me Dr. Zimmerman. While quite a compliment, I have to correct them. “I’m not a doctor. I have a master’s degree in counseling. I’m an LPC.” The field of mental health experts is expansive. When someone says, “I’m a therapist” it’s hard to know what he or she … Continued