Master of Christian Counseling
Serving Christ Through Chaplaincy
MCC7 Marriage and Family Counseling
MCC8 Foundational Principles of Faith Based Counseling
MCC9 Crisis & Trauma Counseling
MCC10 Ministering to Those in Grief
MCC11 Counseling /Terminally lll
Thesis: 30,000 to 40,000, word thesis. Topic of thesis will be selected by the professor.
Thesis 8 Credit Hours
Total of 44 Credit Hours
Modern Language Association (MLA) Requirements
Students are required to utilize Modern Language Association (MLA) formatting and maintain a level of quality as required for all CCSGS Programs. Written research assignments must reference sources when utilized in research assignments. References must include title of manuscript, page location, book author name, and name of publisher and date of publication. The student must write a research paper for each course of study. All graduate level students will be required to write a thesis or dissertation.
4 Sessions | 3 Courses per Session |3-4 Credit Hours per Course | 44 Total Credit Hours |Requisite Intern Credit Hours
MCC1 Counseling and Spiritual Warfare
MCC2 Healing Work of the Holy Spirit
MCC3 Spiritual Dynamics of Addiction
MCC4 Youth Violence
MCC5 Principles of Life Course
MCC6 Family Violence
Curriculum Overview Master of Christian Counseling Degree Program
The objective of this course is to employ specific servant-based learning techniques that offer the most effective Biblical Counseling program possible. To accomplish this objective, this M.C.C. course (as with all Chaplains College courses at all degree levels) has been designed to place its core emphasis on serving God's people instead of serving ourselves. With a heart for kingdom service, you will be thoroughly prepared and equipped to confront those difficult spiritual, cultural, and societal challenges in today's ever-changing society.
Students are be required to complete the reading assignments, pass all exams, and submit all essays. When necessary or helpful, students will be required to complete practical assignments as well. These assignments are used to help students explore more deeply the life and/or ministry applications of the concepts discussed in the course. Each course will have several key concepts, which are the primary takeaways for the subject. These are clearly presented in the courseware as Biblical Truths, Biblical Principles, Ministry Applications, and Life Applications. Where appropriate, in addition to the courseware, a list of recommended books, periodicals, articles, etc. will be provided for students interested in further study of the subject.
For distance learning students all exams if any must be proctored by a qualified proctor