Bachelor
B.A.F.C.

Bachelor of Arts in Family Counseling

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Bachelor of Arts in Family Counseling prepares professional counselors that handle families’ faith and the relationships of family members. Program produces Christian counselors that create healthy churches and society through family counseling based on Christianity.
Bachelor of Arts in Family Counseling program prepares Christian counselors that heal families through Christ focused counseling and brings the kingdom of God to the society. Do you want to heal families and revive the kingdom of God?

Program at a Glance

Total Credits 141 Credits
Years to Complete 4 Years
Delivery Platforms Blended
[On campus & Online]
Acceditation ABHE

Program Goal

  1. Outstanding Academic Education
  2. Dynamic education, combining theory and action
  3. Leadership education that develops next generation leaders
  4. Personal spiritual growth
  5. Forming the basic frame of mind based on humanities and social science

Education Process

Core Course:
Biblical Theology
30
units
  • - OT101 Introduction to the Old Testament
  • - OT211 The Pentateuch
  • - NT211 Synoptic Gospels
  • - NT215 Pauline Epistles
  • - TH201 Systematic Theology I
  • - TH202 Systematic Theology II
  • - TH302 Hermeneutics
  • - TH211 Christian Ethics
  • - MI150 Introduction to Evangelism and Missiology
  • - NT100 Introduction to the New Testament
Core Course:
Professional Education
36
units
  • - GS231 Human Development
  • - FC101 Understanding of Family Therapy
  • - FC200 Traits of Christian Counselors
  • - FC220 Human sexuality
  • - FC251 Psychodynamics
  • - FC301 Family Crisis Counseling
  • - FC310 Parenting
  • - FC330 Children and Youth Ministry
  • - FC350 Abnormal psychology
  • - FC370 Media addiction and counseling
  • - FC401 Family counseling practicum
  • - FC410 Psychotherapy methods
Core Course:
General Studies
30
units
  • - GS292 Leadership and Public Speaking
  • - CO200 Cross-cultural Communication
  • - ED201 Christian Education
  • - GE103 Logic, General Research & Writing
  • - GE111 Introduction to Western Philosophy
  • - GS141 Introduction to Sociology in an Immigrant Context
  • - GS271 Cultural Anthropology
  • - GS410 U.S. History & Politics
  • - GE232 Introduction to Psychology
  • - TH313 Christian Spirituality
Core Course:
General Studies
45
units
  • - GA110 Introduction to Art History
  • - GE102 Ministerial and Theological English 1
  • - GE105 American Culture, Customs and Etiquette
  • - GS273 Theology and Culture
  • - GE202 Ministerial and Theological English 2
  • - GS105 Personal Finance
  • - GE101 Creative Writing
  • - GA210 Introduction to Photography
  • - OT205 History of Israel
  • - PT201 Homiletics
  • - GE403 Advanced Research & Writing
  • - GE311 Introduction to World Literature
  • - CS100 Church Administration and Information Technology
  • - GN100 Introduction to Natural Science
  • - GE103 Logic, General Research & Writing
  • - GM101 Introduction to World Music

Contact

Ko, Jong Pil

Dean of Institutional Research
Director of Undergraduate Programs and MAICS
Christian Education
Spiritual Theology

jpko@ptsa.edu

562.926-1023 (EXT 313)

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