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Master of Science
The Counselor Education Department at NNU offers a Master of Science degree in Counseling in three areas: Clinical Counseling Mental Health Counseling; Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling; and School Counseling.
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$515 per credit - See All Tuition & Fee Info
To me, ‘Here for good’ means ‘Here to do good’... for the community to actually do good, to help people, for the students within NNU to build them up, to help them grow academically, spiritually in whatever field they are in. To prepare them to go out into the world and into adulthood.
NNU’s graduate programs are designed for you to achieve your educational goals while working around your career, your family and your other commitments.
33 months is the average time needed to complete an MS in Counselor Education.
3 different areas of study within Counselor Education including School Counseling, Clinical Counseling, and Marriage & Family Counseling.
Of the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 graduates who reported their NCE results to us, 100% of CMHC and MCFC students passed, and 99% of SC students passed.
The Bureau of Labor and Statistics reports counseling jobs are projected to grow 22% by 2029.