Graduate Certificate in Pastoral Counseling

Description:
The church is a critical avenue that people look unto to receive counseling for different areas of life. A graduate certificate in counseling provides student with techniques, tools and methodologies required to successfully coach others at critical decision point of their lives. At the end of this certificate graduate should be able to apply tools and principles in marriage, youth and addiction counseling. Completed credit hours can count towards a MA degree in Pastoral Counseling

Graduate Certificate in Counseling - Program of Study Degree Plan

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Trimester

WREM 5013

Research Writing and Theological Learning 1

3

Fall 2016

PGDC 5013

Introduction to Biblical Counseling

3

Fall 2016

PGDC 5113

Introduction to Counseling Theories

3

Fall 2016

PGDC 5213

Basic Psychopathology

3

Fall 2016

PGDC 5313

Lifespan & Human Development (crosslisted with the Ministry program)

3

Winter 2017

PGDC 5123

Counseling & Ethics (crosslisted with the Ministry program)

3

Winter 2017

PGDC 5233

Holy Spirit and Counseling

3

Winter 2017

LIPC 5413

Legal Issues in Counseling

3

Spring 2017

PGDC 5936

Practicum for Master of Arts in Counseling Year I

3

Spring 2017

Total Transferred Credits Accepted From Other Degrees

 

Credits towards the Graduate Certificate in Counseling

 


Program Credits Required:

27

Program Length:

1 year

Tuition:

$6,025 @$250 per credit hour

Administration Fee:

$250

Technology Fee:

$100 per year

Library Fee:

$80 per year

Application Fee:

$50

Program Prerequisite:

Bachelor's Degree or International Equivalent

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