What makes SNU different?
Four annual start dates in two locations
Oklahoma City Campus – August and January of each year
Tulsa Campus – August and February of each year
Two different degrees offered
Master of Science in Counseling Psychology (MSCP)
Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT)
Three different track concentrations
Child Therapy Track
Adult Therapy Track
Two different licenses SNU prepares you for…
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
If taking the child therapy track, SNU meets the academic requirements to sit to be a Registered Play Therapist.
An onsite training facility that serves the SNU and Oklahoma City community
Renew Counseling Center
A reputation for success in the community for over two decades
SNU graduates have gone on to earn Ph.D’s, own their own counseling facilities, and work in numerous settings in the clinical and academic arena.
SNU is a great set-up for working adults or for recent college graduates
At SNU, you will…
- Meet once a week for class in the first year
- Meet on weekends for class in the second year
- Start and finish with the same group
- Enroll once for the entire program
- Pay a competitive tuition rate that will include books, course fees and graduation fees
Southern Nazarene University’s Graduate Programs in Counseling has been training professional counselors for three decades. The SNU GPC program is designed to build thoughtful, informed, caring Christian persons who are contributing professionals to the field of counseling psychology. It is our goal that every student who completes a graduate counseling program acquires the skills and perspectives requisite to effectiveness in the conduct of both their professional and personal lives. We also regard as essential the student's knowledge of and appreciation for the contributions of orthodox Christianity and the Wesleyan/Armenian tradition to understanding human nature, human behavior, and factors affecting behavior change. The counseling degree programs foster in graduate students the formulation of a personal interpretation of human behavior that is compatible with a Christian concept of personality and is supported by the experimental data of sound scientific psychology. The focus of the graduate counseling programs, therefore, is on producing qualified, credible professionals who can bring the added dimension of a Christian perspective that guides their professional endeavors.
Want to talk to someone in person or need more information still?
Call the Oklahoma City Campus at: (405) 717-6269
E-mail the Oklahoma City Campus at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call the Tulsa Campus at: (918) 664-4100
E-mail the Tulsa Campus at: email@example.com
Want a brochure?
Here you go…2012 GPC Brochure