Bachelor of Science in Christian Counseling

The Christian Counseling degree prepares our graduates to be thoroughly equipped to excel in social services, public or private industry, or ministry. In addition to general education courses, these students will be instructed in Bible, psychology, and counseling from a Christian worldview in preparation to serve in such fields as: administration, community relations, case management, human and social services, mental health services, ministry, or religious education.

Students who complete a Bachelor’s degree in Christian Counseling will complete a foundational goal before continuing their education at the Master’s level in Human Services, Family and Marriage counseling, or Professional Counseling.

The General Core Studies amount to 43 hours, Bible/Theology Core Studies amount to 24 hours, the Major Core Studies amount to 48 hours, and the Applied Ministry Practicum courses amount to 10 hours, totaling 125 hours.