Master of Arts in Counseling with a specialization in Community Counseling
The 48-credit-hour Master of Arts in Counseling with a specialization in Community Counseling is a non-licensure track that prepares students to provide a source of healing and restoration to those dealing with mental-health-related issues by serving as personal coaches and non-licensed people helpers in private practices, community agencies, and organizational settings. Participants are exposed to a variety of learning environments through the classroom, practicum experience, and internship placement. Graduates discover ways in which personal faith can be integrated with practice.
Indiana Wesleyan University was founded in 1920 as a Christian university and continues its tradition as a faith-based university, developing programs around Christian principles and ethics.
Indiana Wesleyan University's growth is rooted in its core curriculum which empowers adult students to advance in their careers.
Indiana Wesleyan University will prepare each student to become a world changer. We will accomplish this by drawing students into an integrated experience of intellectual challenge, spiritual growth and leadership development. Thus we will: