Master of Science in Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling
The Neumann approach stresses a developmental understanding of individuals and groups, preparing students to meet the unique mental and spiritual demands of a pluralistic world. With a blended curriculum of psychology, ethics, counseling and theology, students are fully prepared for their clinical practicum and internship. The M.S. in Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling program meets the full requirements for one to sit for licensure at the conclusion of sixty (60) credits of study. Students may attend this program full or part-time.
The M.S. in Pastoral Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Neumann University is a dually-accredited program through the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), and the American Associate of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC). Neumann University is accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).
International Student Requirements:
International applicants seeking to enroll on a F-1 Student Visa are required to submit official TOEFL scores no more than two years old in addition to the application and official supporting documents. Any foreign transcripts must be translated. Neumann subscribes any company within NACES (naces.org).