Master of Science in Professional Counseling
The Masters of Science in Professional Counseling Degree requires 60 credit hours. The program's courses were chosen to meet the academic requirements established by the National Board for Certified Counselors for the National Certified Counselor credential (NCC) and by Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners. A Masters Degree in Counseling is a required step in 48 states including Arizona for individuals seeking to become licensed as counselors. Graduates from this program of study are prepared to meet the academic requirements for licensure in Arizona as a: Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC); Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC); Licensed Associate Substance Abuse Counselor (LASAC); Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC.) Additionally, graduates from most other states will be academically prepared to begin the process of seeking certification and/or licensure in their home state. Licensing and/or certification requirements may vary from state to state. It is the students' responsibility to check the licensing/certification requirements in their respective states. Courses
| Course Title
| Course Description
| Introduction to Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences
| This course is designed to prepare students for the graduate learning experience at Grand Canyon University. Students have opportunities to develop and strengthen the skills necessary to succeed as graduate students studying the health sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences . Emphasis is placed on utilizing the tools for graduate success.
| Introduction to Addictions and Substance Use Disorders
| This course provides a broad understanding of the stages, processes, and effects of addiction and substance abuse, social and psychological dynamics of addiction and substance abuse, and the professional's role in prevention, intervention, and aftercare. This course also...
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