This program allows students to earn a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling within 9 semesters while providing extended breaks between semesters. Students will be enrolled in a maximum of three courses in any given semester. Courses will be taught over 15 weeks during the fall and spring semesters and 7 weeks in the summer semester. In addition to asynchronous weekly assignments, students will engage in synchronous learning (live) on a weekly basis. Required course are consistent with most education requirements for state licensure. To determine whether this program meets your state licensing requirements, contact Dr. Christine Arnzen at email@example.com or peruse state licensing requirements here.
Evangel University is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission. This program will not be eligible to apply for a specialty (program) accreditation until the spring 2025. Once an accreditation decision is affirmed, current students and those graduating within 18 months of the decision will be covered under the specialty program accreditation.
Connect with Meghan Abney, Enrollment Coordinator, for more information.
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- Licensed Professional Counselor
- Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors
Full Time Faculty
Christine Arnzen, Ph.D.
Coordinator of Graduate Counseling Programs
Huba Ray, Ed.D., LPC
Melody Palm, Psy.D.
Professor of Counseling
Kristen Kansiewicz, Ph.D.
Grant Jones, Ph.D.
Neva Atteberry, M.S., LPC, NCC
Raquel Morrow, Ed.D., LPC
Brian Upton, Ph.D.
Director of Counseling Services