You will take courses in a blended format, with components on campus and online. It can usually be completed in as few as 18–22 months.
With a concentration in marriage and family, you can explore family communication, problem solving and relationships, as well as counseling and intervention strategies.
Students have the option of taking courses for graduate credit which may be applied toward the Master of Arts in Human Services (MAHS) degree (graduate tuition applies). At Northwestern, we view people and the practice of psychology through a biblical worldview not found in secular psychology programs.
If you care deeply about people and desire to gain an in depth understanding of human behavior, this might be the right degree for you.
You will learn to analyze, communicate effectively, solve problems, and counsel patients.
Some classes include:
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Professors at Northwestern are focused on their students first. Our faculty include experts in their respective fields who want to help you grow in your faith while you earn your degree.
Don Johnson came to Northwestern in 1990 to teach in the psychology department. Previously, he served as the Early Childhood Pastor at Lake Avenue Congregational Church in Pasadena, California,...Read Full Bio
Prior to coming to Northwestern, Melissa Baartman Mork was employed with the University of Minnesota-Duluth Health Services providing psychotherapy and conducting neuropsychological assessments for...