To earn the master’s degree in holistic leadership, students take a minimum of 12 courses (36 credits).
- HLC504: Foundations of Counseling and Leadership Theory From a Holistic Perspective
- HLC505: Interpersonal Helping Skills
- HLC507: Toward Synthesis: The Body/Mind Connection
- HLC540: Psychological Health and the Search for Meaning
- HLL519: Introduction to Holistic Leadership Perspectives
- HLL520: Leading Holistically
- HLL522: Creative Intervention Skills Part I
- HLL523: Creative Intervention Skills Part II
- HLL527: Leading System Change and Transformation
- Two holistic counseling electives
Students also choose one of the following:
- HLC500: Research Methods
- HLC508: Human Growth and Development
- HLC512: Evaluation Research
- HLC513: Couple and Family Counseling
- HLC516: Group Process
With permission from the program director, electives may be substituted to reflect a student’s personal, career and professional goals.
Students interested in pursuing an individualized concentration aimed at meeting their personal and academic goals adhere to the program’s core curriculum, yet choose electives tailored to their focus area. Students who would like to design an individualized concentration should contact the program director.