The Master of Arts in Religion with a concentration in Christian Counseling is the first stop in achieving the Ph.D. in Religion with a concentration in C.C. This program is built around a core of courses in Bible and Counseling.
Prerequisite for enrollment in this program is an earned B.A. degree (concentration in Christian Counseling) or its equivalent or an acceptable college.
To receive this degree, the student must complete the following 36 SH program of specified courses beyond the Bachelor’s level:
Cc-501 Anxiety & Compulsive Disorders – 3SH
Cc-507 Premarital Counseling – 3SH
Cc-508 Competent to Counsel – 3SH
Cc-509 Comparative Counseling – 3SH
Cc-511 Nouthetic Counseling – 3SH
Cc-601 Christian Counselor’s Casework – 3SH
Cc-514 Christian Marriage – 3SH
Ph-505 Advanced Hermeneutics – 3SH
Bi-503 Seminar – 3SH
Bi-504 The Life of Christ – 3SH
Hi-501 Christianity Through the Ages – 3SH
Cc-513 Independent Research – 3SH
Successful completion of the required work in this Master of Arts program prepares the student for enrollment in the Ph.D. in Religion degree with a concentration in Christian Counseling.