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3400 W. 6th Street. #200
Los Angeles, CA 90020
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Master of Christian Counseling
(54 Semester Credits)
The Master of Christian Counseling degree is designed to prepare the student for a specialized ministry in the counseling of individuals, couples, families and special focus groups within the context of the local church, Para-church ministries, church-related agencies, or other religious settings. The program enables the student to employ integrative therapies: integrating proven, effective counseling methods, models and modalities, with sound biblical and theological principles. The vision of the church is to be a healing community. Hope for hurting individuals and families is an essential element of the Christian message. The Master of Christian Counseling program equips the student to help people realize personhood wholeness in every area of human life – spirit, mind, and body – and to facilitate marriage and family harmony and enrichment.
Graduates of the Master of Christian Counseling are prepared for vocations such as Christian counselors, case workers, youth pastors, and etc.
• Successfully complete 54 semester credits of the following coursework with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale:
The Master of Christian Counseling program must be completed within 3 years from the time the student commenced the first course, as a regular student. This time limit, at the option of the university, may be extended due to special extenuating circumstances.
The Doctor of Christian Counseling is designed to further train and deepen the student’s knowledge and understanding in the areas of Christian Counseling; utilizing life issues in the light of God’s Word. All the problems of living have an answer if we seek Truth and desire to change. The core courses and dissertation will demonstrate academic and practical understanding. After acquiring the Doctor of Christian Counseling degree, graduates will be able to: Demonstrate the ability to provide counseling services to the church and community, be prepared to contribute to the development of knowledge as it relates to integrating faith and reasoning, and be equipped to apply insights of Christian theology along with the knowledge and techniques of the behavioral sciences.
Graduates of the Doctor of Christian Counseling are prepared for vocations in youth ministry, marital counseling, and etc.
•Successfully complete a minimum of 72 semester credits of coursework determined by the student and the student’s Doctoral Committee from the Doctor of Christian Counseling course list and any other coursework prescribed by the student’s Doctoral Committee with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
The Doctor of Christian Counseling program must be completed within 4 years from the time the student commenced the first course, as a regular student, which applies to the degree requirements. This time limit, at the option of the university, may be extended due to special extenuating circumstances.