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Biblical Counseling, MA

What will I study?

In support of the University's commitment to building Christlike character, the Masters of Arts degree program in Biblical Counseling is designed to prepare students for a wide range of counseling opportunities, particularly those within a Christian setting.

Courses for this degree are available both in residence during the academic year and/or online via distance learning.

Program Learning Outcomes
The student will ...
-- Defend the philosophy and practice of biblical counseling as grounded in the doctrines of progressive sanctification and sufficiency.
-- Critique modern attempts to integrate psychological counseling into Christian ministry from a biblical counseling perspective.
-- Apply a biblical counseling paradigm to personal problems.

What classes will I take?

The following courses are required:

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