The Master of Counselling provides a postgraduate qualification for those seeking to enhance their skills in the professional domain of counselling and interpersonal communication. To gain a deeper understanding and facilitate positive human change in a range of settings.
This qualification has been designed to prepare its graduates for employment in a role which either embarks on counselling as a professional career, enhances current practice or for professional underpinnings brought to life in practical self-reflective ways.
For the Master of Counselling, we are offering one student a full scholarship in honour of the late David Jansen (founder of Jansen Newman Institute). Click here for more information.
Available online. Please note: this will include a 5 day practical component held on campus in Sydney/Brisbane/Melbourne/Adelaide.
10 credit point subject will involve approximately 36 hours of directed study and approximately 84 hours of self-directed personal study.
Full time: 18 months
Part time: Available
We believe our students and graduates are improving lives and making the world a better place. Our focus on a practical learning environment and small class sizes will ensure you are ready for a successful nursing career.
To graduate you must complete 120 credit points (12 subjects x 10 credit points). Students studying full time complete two to three subjects per trimester or up to eight subjects a year. The Masters course can be completed in five trimesters full-time, or ten trimesters part-time. This course provides students with a range of approaches to counselling encompassing core counselling competencies and with a focus on the future of counselling. The main objectives of the program are to provide students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in specific areas and ensure the development of critical competencies for immediate application in counselling practice.
Choose how, when and where you study, all with the support from your dedicated Success Coach.
Find out more about course fees and financial support – and for personalised advice, just ask.
Before you get started with your course application, check you meet all the requirements listed below.