The doctoral degree program for Christian Counselling is designed to challenge and grow professional counsellors to further equip them in their skills and competencies. This program will develop a counsellor’s competencies to the highest level by challenging the counsellor in both theoretical knowledge and practical application of therapeutic techniques in relation to complex clinical situations and issues that could arise in professional practice.
The program has been tailored to train students in several areas of specialization to best train each student for the community that they intend to serve. The areas of specialization are addiction counselling, marriage & family counselling, pastoral care, and social work. We also offer a general focus for students who may not be certain in which area they would like to specialize.
Each student in the doctorate program will be required to demonstrate their learning through a doctoral research thesis and dissertation.
DEGREE COMPLETION PLANS
- Master of Christian Counselling
- Meet all admission requirements
- 33 required credits
- 3 elective credits
- 36 total credits
- Site Supervisor
- Practice Manager
- Professional Counsellor