Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling

Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling (MAPC) 100% Online

Program Overview

The Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling program is designed to provide graduate coursework to those seeking to work more effectively helping others in their current ministries. The program emphasizes the development of research supported interpersonal skills while encouraging students to reflect on their personal values, and to grow in maturity. It includes an internship in pastoral counseling. This program is available in both a hybrid and online format. The hybrid format is a blend of residential / face to face classes and online classes.

Tracks

This program allows you to choose a specialty area in which you can gain specialized knowledge. The choices include: Crisis Response and Trauma Care, Military and Veteran Care, Marriage and Family, Human Sexuality, Addiction and Recovery, and Professional Life Coaching.

Requirements

This degree program is 39 hours of graduate coursework. Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 and complete all courses with a grade of “C” or higher.

*This program does not lead to licensure in mental health or marriage and family counseling.

Degree Plans:
Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling- Addiction and Recovery Track
Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling- Crisis Response and Trauma Care
Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling- Human Sexuality
Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling- Marriage and Family 
Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling- Military and Veteran Care and Counseling 
Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling- Professional Life Coaching
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