Master’s Program (including evening program)
The master’s program is divided into two areas: Family Education and Counseling. The courses of Counseling cover two fields: Family and Community Counseling and School Counseling. Students of Family Education are required to fulfill at least 32 credits (excl. 6 credits of thesis), including 6 required professional credits, 26 elective professional credits. Students of Counseling are required to fulfill at least 36 credits (excl. 6 credits of thesis), including 13 required professional credits and 23 elective professional credits.