The purpose of the Master Degree in Christian Counseling is to provide thorough understanding of essential theoretical concepts in the area of Christian Counseling and their practical application in different scenarios. This is a unique program is for students with a passion to solving problems and helping others. Students engage in rigorous academic coursework to include graduate level research and analysis, both qualitative and quantitative in nature. In addition, students engage in activities that promote personal and spiritual development. The following are course requirements for the Program. Courses must be completed with a grade of C - or better in order to successfully complete the program.










Course Number
Course Name
Credit Value
COU412
Adolescent Counseling
4.0
BIB500
Eschatology I
4.0
COU500
Theoretical and Practical Application in Counseling
4.0
COU502
Counseling Terminologies and Methodologies
4.0
COU503
Innovative Approaches to Counseling
4.0
COU505
Mediation and Conflict Resolution
4.0
COU333
Marriage Counseling
4.0
COU215
Group Counseling
4.0
CON330
Pastoral and Behavioral Psychology
4.0
INTL342
Globalization, Integration, and World Evangelism
4.0
                                                                     TOTAL
40.0






















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