Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling (MACC)
Orientation to the Program, Psychology – Theory & Practice, Integrative Psychotherapy, Family Systems, Marital Counseling, Theology/Biblical courses, Christian Education, Spiritual Formation, Research Methodology, Self–care for the Professional.
The MA in Clinical Counseling is a two-year full-time program that aims to prepare theoretically proficient, clinically skilled, and compassionate mental health practitioners.
This program underscores the long felt need in our region to clarify mental health, an often misconstrued term, and develop counseling and psychotherapy as a respectable, publicly recognized discipline, and effective medium for promoting growth and healing. Students will be trained and nurtured within a supportive Christian environment for the development of the whole person spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, and relationally.
What makes this program unique is its strong emphasis on the practice of clinical counseling using the multiple lens of psychology, theology, and Christian faith-based practices
The curriculum is designed with an integrative approach, offering cross–disciplinary courses in the areas of psychology and theology. As a result, it prepares students to interact with and work in the mental health field while maintaining a Christian worldview
Prerequisites for Program Admission