You can earn a Masters of Art in Ministry with a focus on Pastoral Counseling & Chaplaincy from our University today. This is a 2-year program requiring 42 credit hours for graduation.

This two-year program integrates psychology with pastoral training that teaches students how to 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

  • Bachelor’s degree with minimum GPA of 2.0 or International Equivalent
  • Pastoral Recommendation
  • Personal Christian Belief Statement

Course Summary

Total Credits Required: 42

  • Core Courses: 24 credits
  • General Courses: 9 credits
  • Elective Courses: 9 credits

Yearly Academic Plan

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