Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling

This program is designed to train the Christian worker use biblical principles and develop skill in helping people navigate through life.

Academic Requirements

College Degree or its equivalent

Graduation Requirements

Complete 72 Units of course work

Core Classes (51 Units)
12 Units Biblical Studies
12 Units Pastoral Ministry
12 Units Theology
12 Units Intercultural Studies/Mission
3 Units Research Methods

Electives (21 Units)
12 Units Professional Electives
9 Units Minor Electives

Spiritual and Ministry Formation (6 Units)
Field Education (3 Units)
Mentoring (3 Units)

Each class is 3 trimestral units, except for Field Education and Mentoring which are counted as 1 unit per trimester

Professional Electives

Career Development and Counseling
Dysfunctional Personalities
Family Ministry in Asian Setting
Group Process and Counseling
Organization and Management of Guidance Service
Mental Health 101
Psychological Testing
Solution-Focused Counseling
Theories and Techniques of Counseling

See Catalogue for the Course Descriptions