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MASTER OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELING
Requirements for Graduation:
1. The student must successfully complete a prescribed course of study with a minimum average on a 4.00 scale.
2. A grade of “C” in a course is NOT considered a successful completion of course requirements.
3. Prior to graduation the student must meet all financial obligations to the institution. All candidates for graduation are expected to demonstrate sound scholarship, consistent Christian conduct and attitude, and reasonable suitability for effective Christian ministries. In addition, the appropriate School faculty should fully recommend the candidate for graduation.
4. All candidates for graduation must take a comprehensive exam.
5. All candidates for graduation should attend a graduation ceremony.
GGU’s Expectations of Graduates:
1. Be a person whose Christian world view will motivate keeping the Great Commandment, love for God and neighbors, (Matthew 22:36-40).
2. Be a person who continues to grow in Christian wholeness: intellectually, physically, spiritually and socially as Jesus did (Luke 2:52).
3. Be a person who emphasizes the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) along with social and ethical responsibilities (Isaiah 58:6-8).
4. Be a person who has knowledge of God and His purposes for mankind as revealed in the Bible, the Word of God (I Thessalonians 2:13).
5. Be a person with biblical convictions of life’s value and purpose and is able to respect and cooperate with other members of the Body of Christ (I Corinthians 12:7, 27-28).
6. Be an example to others of Christian commitment (I Timothy 4:12).
7. Be active in local churches and in world evangelism (Matthew 16:18).
Purpose
The Masters of Christian Counseling degree program is to equip students for Christian leadership in a local church or para-church organization. This includes training in both foundational courses and courses related in the student's chosen church-education/leadership concentrations.
Objectives

Upon completing this degree, students will be able to:

1. Prepare for the Christian ministry in its theological and pastoral dimensions.
2. Strengthen theological knowledge and the principles of biblical interpretations.
3. Demonstrate the ability to accurately interpret the Bible using sound hermeneutical principles and exegetical methods.
4. Evidence a knowledge and understanding of historical and theological tenets of the Church.
5. Communicate biblical and theological truths through preaching, teaching, writing, or in such other ways as may be appropriate.
6. Accurately and empathetically evaluate people and their personal circumstances and provide appropriate pastoral care or referral.
7. Serve with Christian character in their personal and professional lives.

Master of Christian Counseling
Ministry courses 18 credit hours (Select 6 courses) 18 Credit hours
OT 506 Survey of Old Testament 3
NT 506 Survey of New Testament 3
NT 513 Synoptic Gospels 3
NT 602 Pastoral Epistles 3
CH 506 History of the Christian Church 3
EV 520 Personal Evangelism and Discipleship Training 3
MI 626 Christian Missions and World Religions 3
ET 606 Biblical Ethics 3
PT 607 Church Administration and Management 3
PT 611 Pastoral Ministry 3
PR 616 Survey of Biblical Preaching 3
CP 650 Capstone (Graduation Seminar) 3
Christian Counseling courses 18 credit hours (Select 6 courses) 18 Credit Hours
CC 501 Survey of Christian Counseling 3
CO 505 Counseling and Personality Psychology 3
CO 530 Human Growth and Development 3
CO 503 Psycho Pathology 3
CO 527 Group Counseling 3
CO 526 Counselor Professional Identity, Function and Ethics 3
CO 525 Basic Skills in Counseling 3
CO 627 Counseling Practicum* 3
Total 36 Credit Hours
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