Master of Arts in Apostolic Counseling (Reorganizing - on hold)
Dr. Lynda Allison Doty, Ph.D., is the Dean of the Master of Arts in Apostolic Counseling degree program
Dr. Lynda Allison Doty, Ph.D. says:
"A “scriptural perspective” involves more than mixing a couple of scriptures, usually taken out of context, with psychobabble. It is amazing that some feel if a Bible passage is dropped into an article, a book, or a lesson that the theory is now “biblical,” or at least “Bible-based.” Our students are learning differently."
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Master of Arts in Apostolic Counseling
Bibliology - 4 Credits
Spiritual Warfare - 4 Credits
Introduction to Apostolic Counseling - 4 Credits
Apostolic Counseling ! - 4 Credits
Apostolic Counseling II - 4 Credits
Marriage and Family Counseling - 4 Credits
Human Growth and Development - 4 Credits
Studies in Interpersonal Communication - 4 Credits
Group Dynamics - 4 Credits
Multicultural Counseling - 4 Credits
Theories of Counseling - 4 Credits
Human Awareness/Pre-marital, Gender issues, Sexuality - 4 Credits
Counseling Children and Adolescents and Families. - 4 Credits
Counseling Internship/Apostolic Counseling III - 4 Credits
Chaplaincy & Gerontology - 4 Credits
Foundations of Systems/Ethics including mental health and hospital integration, courts systems and diversion programs. - 4 Credits
Theological Research & Writing - 4 Credits
Upon graduation a student will:
- Know Biblical Counseling
- Have written a thesis that could be published as a book.
- Have a Master of Arts degree allowing one to write M.A. after your name
The books found below with the Holy Bible, plus other textbooks are required reading for the Master of Arts in Apostolic Counseling.
After receiving a Master of Arts in Apostolic Counseling, the graduate can complete our three days of training and interview to become a certified Apostolic counselor. The candidate for certification must pass the interview.