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Geneva College Now Offering Master of Arts in Counseling Program at the Regional Learning Alliance. Register now for Information Sessions.
April 20, 2013
Geneva College is now offering a Master of Arts in Counseling at the Regional Learning Alliance (RLA). The program has three specialized areas: Marriage and Family, Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling. The program offers the professional preparation needed to become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) under the accreditation standards of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
We invite you to one of our upcoming Information Sessions on this program. You will meet our counseling faculty, graduate manager and current students to discuss questions or concerns you may have with the decision process to enter graduate school. You will also have the opportunity to sit in a counseling class before or after the Information Session. To register, please go to: www.geneva.edu/counseling_session_reg
All three counseling concentrations are taught in an executive format including a three credit practicum and a six credit internship which enables the student to complete the program full-time in five semesters. Geneva offers the flexibility to complete the program in a part-time format with completion in two to four years. Rolling admission can be either in the fall semester (August) or spring term (January) and all formats and time frames are offered at the Regional Learning Alliance.Geneva's mission is to equip, educate and train students with the knowledge, skill, and personal awareness necessary for them to serve as Godly professional counselors. Professors challenge students to know what they believe and how their faith should affect their work by utilizing current texts written by both secular and Christian authors. Graduate students in the program analyze human behavior and develop counseling expertise within the context of Christian faith. Students develop comprehensive knowledge and understanding of counseling theory, mental illness, human development, research, cultural diversity, ethics, and assessment. They are challenged to grow personally, professionally, and spiritually with a community of believers.
For more information on this program, and Geneva College, please contact: the Counseling Program Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724.847.6697
About The Regional Learning Alliance
The Regional Learning Alliance is the Greater Pittsburgh area’s premier Learning Center and the nation’s largest collaborative campus, offering over 30 degree programs from 12 educational institutions. The LEED certified green building, located in Cranberry Woods, offers college students the best of a traditional college campus, with the modern amenities of a first-class executive training center.
Contact: Kim Niday Kim.Niday@theRLA.org | 724-741-1004