Are you interested in helping others cope with stress, adjustment, or relationship problems, and in facilitating their ability to change and improve their lives? Are you looking for the opportunity to improve your skills in your present job, or to enhance your opportunities in the field of professional counseling? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then it's time to think about earning a master's degree in counseling from Lakeland College.
Lakeland College's Master of Arts in Counseling (M.A.C.) degree is a 48-semester-hour professional graduate training program. Our real-world practitioners are dedicated to preparing students for one of three professional counseling areas: Community Counseling, Higher Education Counseling, or School Counseling. The M.A.C. program is designed with the working professional in mind and offers flexible and affordable opportunities for self-improvement and intellectual, moral and spiritual growth.
Key Features include:
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The Master of Arts in Counseling (M.A.C.) graduate degree is currently offered at the following Lakeland College Kellett School Campus Locations: