Pastoral Counseling and Chaplaincy

This degree combines counselling and theology to produce a unique set of skills needed to be a pastoral counsellor. The program integrates psychology with pastoral training that teaches students how they can help people dealing with various addictions, religious pressures, trauma and family conflict. Pastoral counselors become legally equipped to counsel people from a biblical standpoint. Most importantly, this program educates students about many of the issues they could face with clients. Therefore, they become aware of these signs and can assist their clients adequately

Admission Requirements

  • General Education courses can be transferred
  • Application fee – $50
  • SAT Scores or International Equivalence
  • Pastoral Recommendation
  • Personal Christian Belief Statement

Course Summary

Total Credit Hours Required: 120

  • Core Courses (30 Hours)
  • General Education (42Hours)
  • Seminary Courses (33 Hours)
  • Electives Courses (15 Hours)

Yearly Academic Plan

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