- understand and explain the issues and problems that people face in life from a thoroughly biblical point of view.
- understand and evaluate secular and Christian psychological theories and practices from a sound biblical and theological point of view in order to develop professional competence within a thoroughly biblical framework focused on ministry.
- develop deep levels of biblical and spiritual integrity in their own personal life, relationships, and ministry.
- possess the personal and spiritual maturity, discernment, and wisdom needed to help people resolve spiritual, relational, and behavioral issues and problems.
- engage in effective biblically based counseling in the context of a local church, private practice, or mental health institution.
|NT501 Elementary N.T. Greek I or Psychology Elective||3||NT502 Elementary N.T. Greek II or Psychology Elective||3|
|OT501 Old Testament I||3||OT502 Old Testament II||3|
|CE501 Evangelism/Missions/ Christian Living||3||CO514 Biblical Counseling||3|
|NT503 New Testament I||3||CE503 Principles of Teaching||3|
|TH501 Basic Theology I||3||NT504 New Testament II||3|
|CE502 Hermeneutics||3||TH502 Basic Theology II||3|
|FE501 Field Education I||0||FE502 Field Education II||0|
|HI601 Bible History & Archaeology||3||TH601 Premillennialism & Dispensationalism||3|
|CO601 Principles of Counseling||3||CO613 Counseling the Chem. Dep||3|
|CO602 Counseling Tech. & Prac.||3||LA601 Christian Writing & Research||3|
|TH602 Apologetics/Elective||3||CO614 Counseling Case Studies||3|
|Elective||3||CO620 Counseling Practicum||3|
|CE615 Master of Arts Reading I||1||CE616 Master of Arts Reading II||1|
|FE601 Field Education III||0||FE602 Field Education IV||0|