Bachelor
M.A.C.P.

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology

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Goal of the program is to enable you to become a capable Christian counselor through real life counseling<

experience and supervision that is based on the theories of Evangelical Theology and

clinical Psychology.

This program provides the professional knowledge and skills in the field of Counseling Psychology. You will be

able to provide individual or group counseling and support through the study of theories of Psychology and

training in counseling skills.

The program will enable you to become a capable Christian counselor through real life counseling experience

and supervision that is based on the theories of Evangelical Theology and clinical Psychology.


Program at a Glance

Total Credits 66 Credits
Years to Complete 2 Years
Delivery Platforms Blended
[On campus & Online]
Acceditation ATS,ABHE

Program Goal

  • Ability to combined Evangelical Theology and clinical Psychology
  • Familiarize and apply Christian Counseling Psychology theories that fit the current times
  • Develop communication skills to engage with Multi-generational, Multi-cultural, and Multi-ethnic groups
  • Develop Christian Counselors that change the family, local church, and the local community

M.Div students will earn 89 units to graduate Must complete all required courses while freely taking Electives. You must take pre-req courses in order to take below courses.

Education Process

Core Course:
Required Courses
33
units
  • - CP500 Introduction to Christian Counseling Psychology
  • - CP501 DSM-5
  • - CP530 Cross-Cultural Psychology and Christian Counseling
  • - CP531 Cross-Cultural Psychology and Christian Counseling (2 units)
  • - CP540 Advanced Developmental Psychology
  • - CP551 Practicum I(Prerequisites: First year coursework; a minimum GPA of 3.0.)
  • - CP552 Practicum II (Prerequisites: Practicum I; a minimum GPA of 3.0)
  • - CP630 Marriage and Family Therapy
  • - CP633 Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling
  • - CP634 Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling (1 unit)
  • - CP641 Foundational Counseling Skills
  • - CP650 Integration of Theology and Psychology
Core Course:
Elective Courses
24
units
  • - CP620 Aging and Christian Counseling
  • - CP621 Group Counseling
  • - CP631 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • - CP632 Practical Theological Approach toward Christian Counseling
  • - CP640 Pastoral Care for Loss and Death
  • - CP642 Abnormal Psychology
  • - CP643 Psychodynamic Therapy
  • - CP644 Child and Adolescent Counseling
Core Course:
Required Elective Courses
9
units
  • - PT510 Preaching
  • - Introduction to Bible Study
  • - Introduction to Systematic Theology

Contact

Lee, Jenny J.

Director of Counseling Psychology

na@ptsa.edu

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