|University and Faculty:||Monash University
Faculty of Education
|Program:||Master of Counselling|
|University Location:||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|City Population:||4 million|
|Campus Location:||Clayton, Melbourne, Victoria|
|Program Duration:||1 - 2 years (full time)|
|Semester Intake:||March and July each year|
|Next Intake:||March 2017|
|Est. Indicative Annual Tuition:||$32,400 AUD (2017)|
The Master of Counselling at Monash University is an innovative, one-and-a-half-year program in counselling that has been specially designed to fulfil the demand for counselling knowledge and skills from professional people with an interest in counselling. The program provides a professional qualification and real-life counselling expertise for people who may not be practicing psychologists or social workers, but who nonetheless have a strong interest in counselling.
The Master of Counselling attracts people from a variety of professions such as human resources, health, social welfare and education. Specific objectives of the program are to ensure an advanced level of knowledge about major approaches to counselling; to provide training in counselling practice and develop skills for immediate application in the workplace; and to introduce the study of ethical and professional issues in undertaking counselling as a profession.
The program is a recognized training course of the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).
Master of Counselling at Monash University applicants must hold an approved four-year undergraduate qualification, or an approved three-year undergraduate qualification plus two years of relevant work experience. Selection into the program will be based on qualifications, academic merit, relevant work experience, referee reports and/or interviews.
OzTREKK Admissions Officer: Shannon Tilston