Master of Science in Counseling
The Counseling Profession is full of challenges. It is also full of rewards. Seeing the progress made by someone you are working with, seeing relationships mended and seeing families strengthened, are some of the reasons counselors choose this field of work. You have the potential to make a positive difference in someone’s life and we want to help you do that. At Faulkner, we want to prepare you for these experiences by providing a variety of classes, working together on developing counseling skills, and supporting you as you begin your work toward becoming a professional counselor. Thank you for your interest in our program, and I look forward to working with you. Please let us know if you have any questions.
-Heath Willingham, PhD, LPC
Chair, Behavioral Sciences Department
Graduate Counseling Program
Our Biggest Class yet! 2013 Graduates with Dr. Willingham and Dr. Walker
The Master of Science in Counseling is a 61 semester hour on-line and on-campus hybrid degree program with an emphasis on integrating a Christian-based worldview into working within the mental health professions.
The entire program and courses are designed to be convenient for both adults who may be working and want to take a few classes, and for full-time graduate students. The courses for the program will be delivered in an online format.
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The program is designed to prepare students for employment in a wide variety of clinical settings including community agencies, state agencies, churches and Christian ministries.
For more information please contact the program director at firstname.lastname@example.org.