Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Christian Counseling2018-04-02T14:48:13+00:00

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Christian Counseling

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Counseling, the graduate should be able to:

  1. Synthesize biblical knowledge and the Biblical Worldview with psychological methodology;
  2. Identify psychological approaches, both Christian and secular, including theoretical and applied principles of counseling;
  3. Employ interviewing skills and psychological techniques with counseling methods;
  4. Formulate counseling strategies and apply them to a practical project; and
  5. Demonstrate familiarity with psychological research and field methods.

Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling criteria: The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling program will prepare the student to integrate biblical knowledge with counseling methodology so as to function as an efficient counselor.

Breakdown of Core Curriculum

CLASSCLASS DESCRIPTIONCREDITS
Bible Requirements
BBL1101Old Testament Survey3 Credits
BBL1111Biblical Covenants3 Credits
BBL1151New Testament Survey3 Credits
BBL2201Bible Doctrines Survey3 Credits
Bible Electives12 Credits
General Education Requirements
ENC1101English Composition I3 Credits
ENC1102English Composition II3 Credits
ENL2010Literature3 Credits
WOH1012History of Civilization I3 Credits
MAC1105College Algebra I3 Credits
MIN1101Introduction to Evangelism3 Credits
REL2300World Religions3 Credits
ESC1000Earth Science3 Credits
SPC1024Speech3 Credits
PHI210Introduction to Logic3 Credits
PHI2010Philosophy3 Credits
PSY2012Psychology3 Credits
Core Curriculum
CCO2250Counseling Skills & Techniques3 Credits
DEP2004Developmental Psychology3 Credits
CLP3144Abnormal Psychology3 Credits
PPE3003Personality Theories3 Credits
CCO3302Christian Counseling Ethics3 Credits
CCO3310Counseling Children & Adolescents3 Credits
CCO3320Crisis Counseling3 Credits
CCO3322Counseling Marriage and Families3 Credits
CCO4415Counseling Multicultural Populations3 Credits
CCO4450Behavioral Science Practicum3 Credits
CCO4460Senior Seminar3 Credits
Specialization Electives18 Credits
Electives9 Credits
Total: 120 Credits

 

Specializations

ClassClass DescriptionCredits
Specialization in Marriage & Family Counseling
CCO3323Counseling Marriage and Families II3 Credits
CCO3330Spirituality in Counseling3 Credits
CCO4420Pastoral Counseling3 Credits
CCO4354Substance Abuse Counseling3 Credits
Counseling Electives6 Credits
Specialization in Clinical Counseling
STA2023Statistics3 Credits
CCO3350Group Counseling3 Credits
CCO4435Psychopathology3 Credits
CCO4354Substance Abuse Counseling3 Credits
Counseling Electives6 Credits
Total: 18 Credits

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