Bachelor’s Programs

offered in the Global Center for Mental Healthcare and Ministry:

 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

The undergraduate major in Psychology teaches interpersonal and analytical skills that are invaluable for diverse career fields. Students are trained in multiple disciplines including individual, social and cultural psychology. Coursework prepares students for further, specialized graduate study as well.

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Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Christian Counseling

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Christian Counseling

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Christian Counseling program is formulated to prepare students for service as counselors in churches, counseling organizations and other environments. Clinical counseling skills are paired with biblical principles for application for individuals, families and in crisis situations.

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Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Marriage and Family Studies

A Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – Marriage and Family Studies undergraduate degree includes the disciplines of communications, psychology and sociology. Students study modern demographic trends and the role of family across facets of society. The field of study is useful for careers in areas such as social work, public service and even marketing.

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