Equipping You with the Skills to Help Others
Understanding psychology and counseling is about seeing patterns and exploring the intricacies of the human mind and behavior. Studies with a Biblical worldview, a degree in psychology or clinical counseling can launch you down one of many paths—counseling, social work, teaching and more, equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to work with an help others.
In-demand Counseling & Psychology Degrees Available
Move forward with confidence as faculty walk alongside you, with resources and support through every step of your academic journey. Your degree opens up careers in non-profit settings, youth worker services, K-12 paraprofessional, and ministry.
General Psychology, Philosophy in Culture, Personal Wellness, Interviewing and Counseling, Introduction to Sociology
Students apply scientific methods to human behavior and society, learning to understand them from a Christian worldview foundation.
Introduction to Psychological Theories, History and Systems, Christian Foundations in Psychology – Issues and Ethics, Introduction to Counseling
The Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling combines clinical and cultural competence with ethical practice and meaningful faith integration, preparing you for a future career as a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Counseling Theories, Counseling Ethics and Issues, Clinical Assessments, Counseling Techniques, Psychopathology & Diagnosis, Research Methodology.
Marriage and Family Therapy, Addictions, Trauma