Master of Christian Counseling Online Program

Master of Christian Counseling Online Program

Master of Christian Counseling (MCC) Online program designed for the future counselors who want to prepare their knowledge and career potential in today’s mental health ministry field.


1. To help its students to be deeply rooted in and understand their religious heritage so that they may have firm foundation as Christian workers (Religious Heritage).
2. To nurture them to achieve spiritual maturity and personal formation as Christian counselors to serve local churches (Spiritual Formation).
3. To aid them to be well-informed about and have insight into the cultural and global contexts into which they are sent as Christian workers (Cultural Contexts).
4. To equip them with capacity and competency to be leaders of ecclesial or public domain for which are called to serve (Leadership).

Program Description

MCC Online Program is 100% online program, with a fast-track course in 8-week duration per course with eight (8) start dates per year for students to enroll in short time without a long period of waiting for admission. The course works are scheduled sequentially on the weekly basis. The MCC Online Program conducts a rigorous course learning assessment to ensure students to complete all performance requirements for the course and to demonstrate mastery of the course concepts and course learning outcomes. The course discussion forum provides a mechanism for students to exchange information and ideas and demonstrate the student’s level of critical thinking and communication skills to the faculty mentor.

Graduation Requirements

  1. MCC Online students have satisfactorily completed a minimum of 60 credits.
  2. A cumulative grade point average of 2.5 has been maintained.

Degree Requirements

Biblical and Theological Studies Requirement (6 credit hours)

  • BNT511 Survey of the New Testament 3 credit hours
  • BOT511 Survey of the Old Testament 3 credit hours

Required Courses (45 credit hours)

  • CNS501 Introduction to Christian Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS511 Counseling Theory 3 credit hours
  • CNS701 Marriage and Family System 3 credit hours
  • CNS711 Group Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS716 Multi-cultural Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS718 Career Development and Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS725 Counseling and Psychotherapy Techniques 3 credit hours
  • CNS735 Addiction and Recovery 3 credit hours
  • CNS761 Self-Appraisal 3 credit hours
  • CNS763 Ethics of Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS785 Research and Program Evaluation 3 credit hours
  • CNS786 Counseling Internship 1 3 credit hours
  • CNS787 Counseling Internship 2 3 credit hours
  • PSY523 Human Growth and Development 3 credit hours
  • PSY721 Psychopathology and Counseling 3 credit hours

Elective Courses (9 credit hours)

  • THL501 Systematic Theology (1) 3 credit hours
  • CHM511 Foundations for Church Ministry 3 credit hours
  • CNS505 Biblical Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS631 Counseling Children 3 credit hours
  • CNS641 Individual Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS642 Inner Healing 3 credit hours
  • CNS714 Marriage and Family Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS721 Conflict Transformation 3 credit hours
  • CNS734 Crisis Counseling 3 credit hours
  • CNS744 Psychology and Theology 3 credit hours
Total 60 credit hours