Counseling (Online and Residential Programs)
The Bachelor of Arts in Counseling degree focuses on preparing students for counseling in a pastoral setting, and further graduate work in the professional field of school counseling, social work, marriage and family therapy, or mental health care counseling. Students intending to pursue graduate studies should maintain a minimum cumulative gpa of 3.0.
The curriculum includes 129 credit hours and can be completed in four or five years of study in the Residential and Online Learning Program.
Interested students may begin by applying for admissions at Messenger College. The Office of Enrollment Services will assist you in selecting the appropriate courses in your first semester of study.