Christian counselors are the professionals that people turn to for guidance, support, and direction; counselors are lights in a dark and fallen world. In many cases God has gifted these counselors with the spiritual gifts of exhortation, discernment, wisdom and mercy. The Master of Arts in Counseling is a professional degree that builds upon God’s gifting and calling, allowing the counselor to shepherd individuals and families through difficult times
We are not currently enrolling new students in this degree program. For more information, contact Dr. Scott Floyd, Director of the Master of Arts in Counseling Program.
Approximately 80% of classes required for the M.A. Counseling program are offered Online. Because of the nature of the degree, many classes and practicums still require face to face instruction.
The Master of Arts in Counseling degree allows students to pursue state counseling licensure and to work in church related settings as well as in agencies, hospitals, and counseling centers. By combining solid theology with an understanding of the human relations fields, students will have a thorough foundation for providing counseling to individuals, couples, and families in need.
Interested in the Master of Arts in Counseling program?