MA in School Counseling
Do you feel called to the school environment? Do you want to bring biblically-based and clinically professional counseling, hope, and understanding to the next generation? The master of arts in school counseling combines a solid core of biblical and theological courses with excellent clinical instruction in counseling methodologies. In addition to specialized coursework in school counseling, you will have the opportunity for an internship in a public or private school through Denver Seminary’s extensive network of partners.
This degree provides an exceptional balance of rigorous academic preparation and practical, hands-on application, which prepares you for the state of Colorado licensure exam and work within religious and secular school counseling programs. This MA is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and by the Colorado Department of Higher Education for school guidance counseling in Colorado.
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- Fred Gingrich, DMin
- Heather J. Gingrich, PhD
- Janelle Hallman, PhD
- Monte Hasz, PsyD
- Chris Hull, PhD
- Janet R. McCormack, DMin
- Reggie Moore, PhD
- Elisabeth Nesbit-Sbanotto, PhD
- Ronald D. Welch, PsyD
Dr. Fred Gingrich is associate professor of counseling and chair of the Counseling Division. He is a clinical member and approved supervisor of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Gingrich has written a number of articles and presented at professional conferences in the areas of marital and premarital counseling, counselor supervision, and cross-cultural counseling.