Christian Counseling Degrees
- Worldwide courses online or shipped
- Earn a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral degree and be licensed with the National Christian Counselors Association (NCCA) to do the Lord’s work in this important ministry.
- License-Only program also available.
- Affordable, self-paced home study programs to fit every educational background!
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Key Benefits For You:
- Affordable, modular tuition payments (compare to state/private colleges). Order in modules or one course at a time using our “Easy Go” plan!
- You receive courses on a “pay-as-you-go” basis.
- Self-paced home study via books/dvds (U.S. only) or online (not all courses are available online – see current list) let you proceed at your own pace!
- All course tests are taken online – no more proctor requirements!
- Personal Clinical Supervisor assigned to help you with every phase of the program. Jan McKee, MA, is on staff in our Counseling Center and graduated from this program also. She is an excellent coach and will be your Clinical Supervisor.
- Bachelors, Masters, Doctoral or license-only programs available. Plus, if you earn one degree we have an attractive “upgrade” program to the next level.
- Curriculum includes NCCA concurrent licensing with the National Christian Counselors Association (NCCA).
- Ministerial licensing credentials are required by the conclusion of Phase II. We have a licensing program available for those students who do not have them.
- Accredited program
- Choice of seminaries from approved list.
- Our graduates love this program! See some testimonials.
Courses You Will Study
The NCCA field of study for each degree program or licensing comprises a series of six mandatory Core Courses (three in Phase I and three in Phase II) plus optional choices from Advanced Courses in Phase III to meet the program requirements.
In addition, the Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degree program have a thesis requirement which involves the preparation of 25 (MA) or 35 (PhD) counselor reports prepared under the guidance of the student’s Clinical Supervisor.
These reports are prepared from interviews conducted with individuals based upon a review of their Arno Profile System report. This methodology is a cornerstone of the NCCA program and is introduced in the Phase I course called “Creation Therapy”.
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Which Program is Right For You?
|I have a High School Diploma/GED||Bachelors Degree|
|I have a Bachelors Degree in another discipline||Masters Degree|
|I have a prior Masters Degree in another discipline||Doctoral|
|I have a Doctoral Degree in another discipline||2nd Doctoral Degree|
|I do not have a degree or do not desire a degree in Counseling but want to be licensed to counsel||NCCA License Only|