MA in Clinical Counseling
Featured Student Testimonial
TJ Walsh, MA in Clinical Counseling '16
"So far, I have loved everything about the program. I have really enjoyed the relationships established with the professors in the program and am thankful for their dedication to both their profession and their students. They challenge me in all areas of my life including academics and my faith. I love the diversity amongst the student and faculty population and the community that is created within my program."
Distinctives of the MA in Clinical Counseling Degree at Eastern University
- Meets the educational requirement for LPC
- Variety of choices of electives available
- Diverse faculty and student body
- Faculty have extensive experience within a variety of settings
- Evening, on-ground and hybrid/online courses offered
The mission of the Clinical Counseling program is to train master's-level graduates who 1) comprehend human personality organization and experience, 2) are able to implement strategies for positive change in individuals, families, churches and communities, and 3) are academically prepared to seek credentialing as licensed professional counselors.
The MA in Clinical Counseling is accredited by the Master’s in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC) for the period of August 2014 through August 2024.
Next Class Start Date
Now accepting applications for an August 2017 class start in St. Davids, PA.
Apply by the Early Application Deadline (January 16, 2017) to be given priority consideration for our scholarships!