ASSOCIATE OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELING
DESCRIPTION AND PURPOSE
OF THE ASSOCIATE
Designed to train people who want to serve God and their neighbors in the field of family counseling. This program offers biblical, theological and practical training to help families face the challenges of everyday life. The show addresses topics such as marriage, parenting, communication, forgiveness, conflict, and restoration. The program also prepares students to intervene in crisis situations, using appropriate and ethical techniques. The program seeks to develop in students a comprehensive vision of the family as a dynamic and complex system, which needs the love and grace of God to function in a healthy way.
Name of the Program: CHRISTIAN COUNSELING
Title to obtain: Associate.
Program Code: ACC22
The academic period lasts 4 quarters. Academic credits (credit units, CU) are defined as follows: One academic credit represents 48 hours of study comprising 12 hours face to face /online instruction with a professor and 36 hours of self study to include homework and or research.
Only students who have met all the requirements of the program are entitled to participate in the graduation ceremony.
The student must pay in advance the corresponding cost of graduation. The cost is non-refundable. This fee includes: the ceremony venue, diploma, cap and gown.
Hybrid - Virtual and face to face as per curriculum.
Comprehensive training that combines the scientific, humanistic and practical aspects of family counseling.
Train students to intervene effectively, ethically, and sensitively in the emotional, spiritual, and relational needs of individuals and families.
Promote mental health, personal well-being and family harmony from a Christian vision, as well as identify and refer cases that require specialized care.