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Program Outline

The M.A. in Biblical Counseling is a 34 credit hour graduate degree program, designed to allow students to pursue in-depth training in Biblical Counseling.

Program Framework

The M.A. in Biblical Counseling is awarded to students who succesfully fulfill the requirements of the following courses.

Pre-Requisite Course (Credits)

  • BC090 Introduction to MABC Studies (0)

Required Courses (Credits)

  • BC501: Introduction to Biblical Counseling (2)
  • BC502: Essential Qualities of a Biblical Counselor (2)
  • BC503: Methods of Biblical Change (2)
  • BC506: Theology & The Pyschologies (2)
  • BC511: Theological Basis of Biblical Counseling (2)
  • BC521: Problems & Procedures (2)
  • BC531: Hermeneutics (2)
  • BC532: Advanced Hermeneutics (2)
  • BC542: Marriage & Family Counseling (2)
  • BC556: ACBC Membership Seminar (2)
  • BC557: Counseling & Physiology (2)
  • BC560: Biblical Conflict Resolution (2)
  • BC580: Counseling Observation & Practicum (2)
  • BC592: Counseling Internship (2)
  • BC593: Advanced Counseling Internship (2)
  • BC598: Thesis Research (2)

Elective Course (Credits)

The student will take an additional 2-credit hour elective course, related to his specific research or counseling methodology interests.