The Master of Science programs in Professional Counseling, School Counseling, and Marriage and Family Counseling at Southeastern University strive to:
- Educate and train students from a Christian worldview that is grounded in, informed by, and shaped by the beliefs and practices of the Christian faith.
- Prepare and train competent mental health counselors, school counselors, and marriage and family therapists to work with individuals, couples, families, groups, agencies and organizations from an appropriately diverse clinical perspective.
- Intentionally integrate theology and counseling in the process of education and training, emphasizing a balanced approach to emotional, social, spiritual, personal, and professional growth and development.
Foundations of Counseling
Counseling Theories and Practice
Group Theory and Counseling
Human Growth and Development
Psychopathology: Diagnosis and Treatment
Individual Evaluation and Assessment
Counseling Special Populations and Groups
Career and Lifestyle Development
Substance Abuse Counseling
Integration of Psychology and Theology
Counseling Practicum I and II
Internship I and II
Mental health counselor
Substance abuse counselor
For a complete report of the assessment results within the Department of Counseling Education, click here.
For detailed statistics of the programs within the Department of Counseling Education — including demographics, employment rates and completion rates — click here.