Yes, There IS a Difference
- 24 months to complete the program = keep your sanity
- Tuition one of lowest in region = keep your money
- Choose from Clinical Mental Health (LPC) or School Counseling = keep your focus
- Learn from a Christian perspective = keep your faith
- Be part of a small class led by caring faculty = keep a support system
- Smooth admission process: GRE not required if undergrad GPA is 3.00 = keep your cool
- Assistance finding practicum and internship placement = keep your head up
Classes are scheduled in late afternoons and evenings. The program consists of six full semesters, including two summer sessions. A new class of students enrolls each fall semester and follows a fall-spring-summer rotation, finishing after the second summer. Courses meet on the main campus of Milligan College in Northeast Tennessee, and some courses are available online.
Teaching you is more than a job to our faculty — it’s a mission. The faculty are dedicated Christian professionals who go above and beyond to challenge you and stretch your mind. They bring real world experience into the classroom every day because they continue to work in the fields they teach. Small class sizes provide personal interaction, exceptional training, and hands-on lab experience that will prepare you for success as a Licensed Professional Counselor or school counselor.
Tuition for the M.S. in Counseling program at Milligan College is $430 per credit hour, which is one of the most economical counseling programs in our region and is even priced below the local state university rate. Financial aid is available for graduate students. Click here to learn more about the types of aid available and your payment options.
View all details and course requirements for this program in the Milligan College Catalog (link below). The Milligan College academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the Catalog.
The Milligan Counseling Center
The Milligan Counseling Center offers counseling services for the health and well-being of our campus community and provides an internship or practicum experience for Master of Science Counseling students.
Individuals may need counseling if a problem at school, work, home, or in personal relationships is causing stress significant enough to interfere with normal functioning. Students, faculty, and staff may also pursue counseling for personal growth and development, such as pre-marital counseling or personal wellness.