The Master of Arts in Counseling program exists to train distinctly Christian and exceptionally competent Professional Counselors. The 78-credit curriculum integrates professional counseling coursework and clinical experience with a Reformed theological foundation, equipping graduates to counsel both churched and non-churched populations in multicultural and pluralistic societies.
- Counseling (61 hours)
- Biblical Studies (6 hours)
- Theology (5 hours)
- Electives in Bible or Theology (6 hours)