The Master of Arts in Community Counseling is a CACREP accredited, specialized practitioner’s degree designed to prepare students to work as counselors in human service agencies. The program offers specialization in Addiction, Adult, Older Adult, or Youth Counseling. Graduates are eligible for the National Certified Counselor credential (NCC) and are license eligible in Pennsylvania as a professional counselor (LPC).
The four areas of counseling specialization within the Master of Arts Degree in Community Counseling are:
The degree requires 60 semester hours of graduate study, of which 6 semester hours are devoted to a specialization track, a 3 hour elective and 12 hours of Field Work.