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.
*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.
- 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
|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|
|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|
|Biblical & Theological Studies||24|
|TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS||60|