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Aug 2

Arizona Location Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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The Huntington University Institute for Leadership and Counseling provides master’s degree programs in counseling and in organizational leadership, as well as credentials in executive coaching, counseling, and leadership. The programs are high quality, affordable, and skills-based. 
 
Huntington has assembled a strong faculty who will be teaching courses and are renowned experts and authors in their own fields.
 
The primary focus of the institute’s model is helping students learn to facilitate transformational relationships, both in counseling and in leading organizations. This in turn helps people heal, grow, and achieve their potential in life and career. The program is designed to be practical and specific, allowing students to become practitioners through both theory and technique. The Institute builds on the traditional learning structures and engages students in innovative and experientially-based training.

 Program  Online  Residential 

 Master's Program in Counseling

 Leads to Licensure in Indiana

 Full Time
 (48 hours)

 Part Time
 (48 hours)

 Full Time
 (60 hours)

 Part Time
 (60 hours)

 Full Time
 (48 hours)

 Part Time
 (48 hours)

 Full Time
 (60 hours)

 Part Time
 (60 hours)

 Master's Program in Organizational Leadership

 Full Time

 Part Time

 
 Credential Program in Leadership

 Full Time

 Part Time

 
 Credential Program in Executive Coaching

 Full Time

 Part Time

 
 Credential Program in Counseling

 Full Time

 Part Time

 Full Time

 Part Time

 Indiana Counseling Licensure Completion Program

 For individuals who have completed a master’s degree
 outside of Indiana and who now need licensing in Indiana.

   Residential
 Only


Huntington University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.