Master of Christian Counseling

The goal of the Master of Christian Counseling (M.C.C.) is to academically and clinically train students to sensitively and ethically address their clients’ needs.

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

*M.C.C. program is currently inactive for Fall 2016 Semester*

Applicant should submit a completed application packet with proof of satisfactory completion of a bachelor’s program with a grade of “C” or above.

A non-refundable application fee of $300 must be accompanied with the application.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Students must complete 70 credits of coursework, with a minimum 2.0 grade point average
  • Pass a written comprehensive exam or complete a written project, in lieu of dissertation
  • Follow the Standards of Academic Progress, as described in our catalog
  • Student’s financial account must be reconciled before being awarded a degree

Division of Christian Ministries
Master of Christian Counseling – 60 units

First Year

Fall Spring
CC101 Theory and Practice for Pastoral Counseling 3 CC102 Internship for Pastoral Counseling 3
CC301 Counseling for the Old 3 OT202 Torah (Laws) 3
CC302 Church Counseling 3 PT204 Theology & Spirituality 3
ST302 Theories of God 3 BIBLE ELECTIVE 3
BIBLE ELECTIVE 3 ELECTIVE 3
 TOTAL 15 15

Second Year

Fall Spring
CC201 Theory and Practice for Group Counseling 3 CC202 Family Counseling 3
CC303 Counseling Children 3 CC401 Forgiveness: Psychology and Theology 3
HT201 History of Christian Thoughts 3 CC304 Counseling for Adolescents 3
BIBLE ELECTIVE 3 BIBLE ELECTIVE 3
BIBLE ELECTIVE 3  Counseling for Addiction  3
 TOTAL 15 15

 

Summary Credits
Biblical & Theological Studies 24
General Electives 9
Counseling 27
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS 60

*program and course offerings subject to change at any time*