Bachelor of Theology
      Master of Theology
      Master of Religious Counseling
      Course Description

                                              
Master of Religious Counseling

 
The purpose of the Master of Religious Counseling is to equip and motivate students to become competent leaders in the Counseling ministries of churches. Studies in this program guide and encourage students to develop in educated performances of their ministry. Master of Religious Counseling are able to serve the Christian community as Counseling directors of religious Center, congregations, diocesan offices, or as counseling teachers of religion in faith-based institutions.

Course# Course Title units
MCO101 Health & Clinical Psychology
MCO102 Competencies
MCO103 Professional Practice and Professional Ethics
MCO104 Diagnostic & Treatment Skills for Specific Conditions
MCO105 Relationship & Marital Therapy
MCO106 Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
MCO107 Health Psychology
MCO108 Trauma Therapy
MCO109 Ethics & Professional Development
MCO110 Counseling Theory
MCO111 Geriatric Counseling
MCO112 Marriage & Family Therapy
MCO113 Biblical Counseling
MCO114 Biblical Crisis Counseling
MCO115 Biblical Counseling & Substance Abuse
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60 units