The counseling programs at Grace College prepare students for various counseling positions and jobs in the workplace. Training in the application of skills to assist hurting individuals is the focus of the 37-credit hour degree in Interpersonal Relations. Preparing students to acquire state licensure in mental health counseling or pursue doctoral studies in counseling is the specific aim of the 62-hour Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree. Graduates of both degrees are prepared to counsel from a biblical perspective, and effectively help hurting people find truth in Christ.
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling:
Designed for students who want to prepare for licensure, minister in the mental health field or the local church, and/or pursue doctoral work.
Master of Arts in Interpersonal Relations:
A non-licensed degree for those who require counseling skills in the workplace.