Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This course provides postgraduate qualifications for people seeking to enhance their skills in the professional domain of counselling and communication, and meets the needs of those seeking work in community and business settings to facilitate positive human change. The Master of Counselling has been designed to prepare you for employment in a role that leverages your counselling and coaching skills within a specialist work environment. The importance of digital counselling
The Master of Counselling comprises of 12 subjects.
Standard entry requirements
Domestic Students: To qualify for entry to the course applicants must usually hold a Bachelors degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline or hold a Bachelors degree and complete the Torrens Work Life entry form demonstrating their interest in and suitability to gain entry to the course. Relevant disciplines include, but are not limited to: Counselling, psychology, social work, nursing, teaching, human resources, life coaching, community services, children
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