Master of Christian Counseling

Master of Christian Counseling

Credit Hours: 42
Prerequisites: Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent

The Master of Christian Counseling is a non-licensure, 42-hour graduate program designed to provide Christ-centered education to prepare servant leaders for the practical ministry of Christian counseling.

The program provides both a theological and counseling foundation enabling the student to incorporate biblical principles into a counseling ministry. The program is designed for graduates who plan to counsel in the local church, denominational agencies, and ministry-based organizations.

Courses You’ll Complete to Earn Your Degree

  • CCS101 Christian Counseling 100
  • CCS211 Christian Counseling 200
  • GCCS629 Counseling, Psychology and the Christian
  • GCCS540 Pastoral Counseling
  • GCCS520 Abnormal Psychology
  • GCCS635 Dealing with Anger
  • GCCS630 Marriage Counseling
  • GCCS605 God’s Perspective on Marriage
  • CCS301 Building Strong Marriages and Families
  • GCCS530 Conflict Management and Resolution
  • GCCS650 Suicide and the Evil Force Behind It
  • GCCS629 Counseling, Psychology and the Christian
  • DISS401 Dissertation or Authored Book

Each student will be assigned an academic advisor to help him or her throughout this program.

(Courses are subject to change at the suggestion of your academic advisor)

A total of 42 semester hours are required, with a minimum of thirty semester hours from CBIS. A 2.5 GPA is required on a scale of 4.0. Each course is worth 3 semester hours.