Bachelor of Christian Counseling

Admission Requirements

The Prospective student must:

  • Possess a high school certificate or equivalent Diploma;
  • Demonstrate competence in theology by having completed a minimum of a Diploma in Theological Studies with a balanced curriculum; 
  • Provide a complete transcript of previous academic work;
  • Submit a completed Application Form.

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Course Modules

Core Courses

Code Course Text
BTH209 The Ministry of the Holy Spirit The Ministry of the Holy Spirit
BCC105 Marriage and Family 1 and 2 Marriage
BCC122 Christ Centered Counseling Christ Centered Counseling
BCC101 Confronting Crisis Confronting Crisis

Students must choose 4 electives from the list below in addition to the above core courses to complete the Degree.

Elective Courses

Code Course Text
BBS101 Christian World View A Biblical World View
BTH113 Prayer Lessons of Prayer
BTH101 Bible Interpretation and Application Creative Bible Study
LE229 The Leader’s Motivation Motivation
BTH111 Intercessory Prayers Intercessory Prayers
BTH215 The Baptism in the Holy Spirit How to Receive the Baptism in the Holy Spirit

A total of 120 units/credits is required (this includes the 60 units/credits from the Associate Degree). A 2.0 G.P.A. on a scale of 4.0 is required.

Course Abbreviations
BI = Biblical Studies
PM = Practical Theology and Ministry
CE = Christian Education
CC = Christian Counseling
LE = Christian Leadership and Administration
PPM = Prophetic Ministry
BBUS = Business Studies