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Christian Counseling

The Counseling degree opens doors to a diverse group of social service fields focused on improving the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities. Counseling helps individuals understand human behavior and enhances interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills. JM University’s program integrates social and behavioral science with the Christian faith. Graduates from this program are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary for entry-level jobs in social services. This degree also prepares students for graduate training in mental health and social service fields, including the M.S. in Christian Counseling at JMCU.

JMCU Christian Counseling Degree Core Course Requirements
36 hours - General Education Courses (Click here to view required Gen. Ed. Requirements)
42 hours - Religious Education Courses (Click here to view required R.E. Requirements)
42 hours - Major Core Courses ( See Core Requirements Below)

  • HLTH 451 - Stress Management

  • PHIL 202 - Critical Thinking 

  • PHIL 340 - Philosophy of Mind

  • PSYC 200 - Psychology Science

  • PSYC 315 - Psychology Statistics

  • PSYC 321 - Psychology of Substance Abuse

  • PSYC 330 - Social Psychology

  • PSYC 340 - Theories of Personality

  • PSYC 400 - Professional Issues in Psychology

  • PSYC 455 - Human Psychology Development

  • Area of Emphasis Elective

  • Area of Emphasis Elective

  • Area of Emphasis Elective

  • Area of Emphasis Elective

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