Master of Divinity with a concentration in Pastoral Counseling
Students in the Pastoral Counseling concentration are prepared with the practical and theoretical skills necessary to serve effectively as a pastoral counselor Students in this track also take core classes in the MA in Counseling program and are eligible to accelerate the completion of that degree program if they choose to do so.
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· COU 5xxx Human Growth and Life-span Development
· MIN 5215 Pastoral Counseling
· COU 5xxx Theories and Practices of Counseling
· 6 Credits of MIN or COU Electives
Note: Students in this concentration track are encouraged to take Skills, Methods, and Techniques of Counseling (COU 5212) as one of their elective courses. Please note that this elective course includes a required residency and course fee.