Bachelor of Christian Counseling


This Christian counseling degree program is not intended to lead to licensure nor does it include licensure.

C.C. Core Course
Examine any legal requirements for Christian Counseling in your State. Analyze ethics of Christian Counseling; Study Christian-Based Clinical Interventions.  It is the student’s responsibility to identify pertinent licensing requirements.  (3 credits)

 B.C.C. 211: Biblical Emotion and Neural Processes.
Identify Biblical Emotion and Neural Processes. Examine Historical Christian Spiritual Foundations of Counseling. Focus on Biblical instruction for Pre-Marital relationships. Identify Spiritual, Cultural Elements; Discover God’s view of compassion and respect. Examine the correlation between Christianity and Psychotherapy. (5 credits)

BC.C. 220: Historical Christian Spiritual Foundations of Counseling
Identify Historical Christian Spiritual Foundations of Counseling Biblical gender roles are defined.  A scriptural approach to fighting your battles in relationships and a Biblical approach to admitting your mistakes.  Provide Biblical World View compassion. Discover an authoritative overview of tolerance versus hatred. Study Important Figures in Christian Spirituality. Focus: Cultivate a Learning Environment of Love, Respect, and Purpose. (5 credits)

234 B.I.G: Introduction to NT Greek
Research Greek punctuation; analyze Greek letters. Explore verbs: present active, indicative. Study conjugation of verbs. Review vocabulary. (5 credits)

B.C.C. 240: Early Evangelical Activity in Psychology
Examine modern psychology with Christian interpretation and evaluation.  Study the Biblical perspective on sexuality. Examine God’s intentions are for procreation. Man’s sexual identity defined according to God’s Word. Explore the relation between psychology and religion.  (5 credits)

B.F.G.F 245: Systematic Theology and Rationalist/Modernism
Study the coloration between Gospel Doctrine and Life. Explore Systematic Theology and Rationalist/Modernism. Identify Dangerous Doctrine. Examine Self-Contradictive Critiques. Differentiate between Relativistic Tolerance and Theology. (5 credits)

B.C.S.Ph. 265: of Christian Science Philosophy
Focus on the compatibility of faith and science. Gain insight on the gist of the Christian scientific argument for existence. Explore the Creator's transcendent source of destiny, reality, experience. Discover the Supreme Being through Christian philosophical science. Examine the reality of the biblical tradition as explored through critical research. Investigate man as a spiritual and social being. (15 credits)


To complete a bachelor’s degree program, students need to complete a senior project. (15 credits)

100 practicum hours (10 credits)

Total credits for this program: 68.

At Forest Bible Institute, you must have an associate’s degree before obtaining a bachelors degree, therefore, combining an associates with this bachelor’s degree the total credits 158












  
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