Mental Health and Wellness Counseling M.A.
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Mental Health and Wellness Counseling
Upon earning this M.A. degree, you will have the foundation necessary to apply research, mental health and wellness concepts, and best practices to your role as a utilitarian counselor. While this degree does not lead to licensure or certification, it places you on track for broad integration of mental health and wellness counseling concepts into your chosen field.
Through the completion of this versatile degree, you will possess a strong foundation to deliver ethical and culturally-competent support for individuals, organizations and communities in order to advocate for change by promoting and normalizing mental health and wellness practices.
Working with our esteemed faculty, you will build this foundation through developing expertise in biological, social and cultural factors that impact mental health and wellness to diverse populations in various counseling-related professions.
Graduates are inspired and prepared to become ethical mental health and wellness counselors in their chosen field. This degree is appropriate for helping professionals who work in a variety of settings, including education, faith-based organizations, human services, community health, law enforcement, nonprofit organizations, management/human resources, the military and higher education.