Master of Arts in Counseling
University of the Rockies is no longer accepting applications for its Colorado Springs location. All programs previously offered in Colorado Springs will be offered in Denver, with projected start dates in August 2014. This transition will not affect online programs. Please call Denver Admissions at 303.446.5867 for more information.
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This program may lead to licensure.^
Master the ins and outs of human behavior when you earn your Master of Arts in Counseling from University of the Rockies.
In this graduate degree program, you will discover the world of human thought process, emotion, and motivation.
Discover how to implement the insights of counseling in the real-world domains of:
- Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling
With the wisdom you develop from your graduate curriculum in counseling, you can bring out the best in people.
SpecializationsChoose from the following specializations to focus your academic pursuits:
Campus ScheduleYour course schedule is flexible and includes these features:
- Classes are offered in a combination of evening and weekend formats.
- Evening courses meet for four hours one night per week over a nine-week term.
- Weekend classes meet on three weekends over the nine-week term. The typical course load is two courses per term.
FacultyYour faculty members all have earned doctorates and have recent experience practicing what they teach. At University of the Rockies, both the theory and its practical application are taught. Your instructors will enliven your discussions and enhance your feedback with real-world lessons from their workplace experience.
^See Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling and Clincal Mental Health Counseling Specialization pages for specific licensure information.