Gain the skills you need to make a difference in your community
CCU's Master's in Counseling Degree Programs and School Counseling Program
The Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at CCU combines compelling coursework, professional practice, and mentoring relationships designed to equip you to be a professional counselor who is responsive to all cultures.
The Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling - Substance Use Disorders program trains you to provide leadership in developing, evaluating, and implementing holistic models for addiction treatment.
The Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling - Marriage and Family Therapy program addresses the growing demand for compassionate professionals who can provide biblically-informed prevention, intervention, and healing for distressed families, couples, and individuals.
The Master of Arts in School Counseling program prepares you to begin the process of licensure as a professional school counselor, helping K-12 students develop skills in each of the American School Counseling Association's (ASCA) three domains of behaviors and mindsets.
Flexible Options for Online Learners
All CCU Online programs are offered 100% online and designed for students busy with work and family commitments. All students are required to attend three in-person residencies in Colorado for the program.
Small class sizes encourage individualized learning and networking.
Connect with and learn from experienced faculty who are professionals in the field.
Financial Aid Available
The financial aid options available at CCU are designed to make earning your degree both affordable and accessible. In addition to helping you explore your financial aid options and how to pay for an education, CCU will help you develop the best possible degree plan that meets your needs as an adult student and ultimately help you achieve your goals.
Colorado Christian University offers a unique scholarship opportunity for transfer students pursuing an associate or bachelor's degree through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Scholarships are based on the number of credits you transfer and range from $500 to $2,000 toward your tuition at CCU.