Programs offered in the Global Center for Mental Healthcare and Ministry

Master’s Programs

offered in the Global Center for Mental Healthcare and Ministry:

 

Master of Arts in Christian Counseling

Master of Arts in Christian Counseling

The Master of Arts in Christian Counseling graduate 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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Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

The graduate program, Master of Arts in  Clinical Mental Health Counseling, prepares students for counseling-related careers in settings such as private practices, universities, clinics and hospitals. The program offers a practicum, and detailed preparation for testing, evaluation, counseling practices and research methods.

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Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling

This customizable Master’s in Human Services Counseling online degree can be tailored to your specific interest or calling – specializations are available in areas like addiction & recovery, crisis response, human sexuality, marriage & family, life coaching, and military & veteran care and counseling.

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Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy

Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy

The graduate program, Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, is designed for those who wish to help couples and families. Students develop research-supported counseling skills which they may apply in therapeutic settings such as churches, counseling institutions and non-profit organizations.

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Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling

Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling

The Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling program is made for practice in church and faith-based settings in which Christian-based guidance is valued. Areas of study include Addiction & Recovery, Crisis Response, Human Sexuality, Marriage & Family, Military & Veteran Care and Counseling, along with Life Coaching.

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