Students in the Christian Counseling program will learn how to identify needs and offer appropriate help to people facing difficult situations. They accomplish this through a careful evaluation of counseling theories and application of those theories through a biblical worldview. (This program is available onsite as a major or a minor.)
Career Opportunities Graduates who complete a Christian Counseling degree are qualified to do personal religious counseling as part of their own ministries. Graduates may be employed to do spiritual counseling in a church, employed as a camp counselor, or work in certain social service positions. A graduate is prepared to meet the entrance requirements of a graduate counseling program, which is required to be eligible for state licensure, both of which are required in many professional contexts.
This program may be right for you if you:
The Christian Counseling degree program can either be pursued as a four year major or as a minor in conjunction with any of our other major options. With classes like Basic Counseling Methods, Practical Theology for Counselors, and Abnormal Psychology, the Christian Counseling program is designed to:
In this program, you can expect: