Doctor of Christian Counselling

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The primary purpose of the Christian Counselling training program is to offer Christian Counselling education through distance learning. These programs enable students to develop a personal framework for counselling through integration of the Biblical Scriptures and critically study of various counseling modalities that will meet the needs of people spiritually, therapeutically, emotionally, and educationally. The course materials are extensive and detailed, yet user friendly and solution focused. Beginning with the basics and progressing into more advanced levels you are learning more complicated and/or difficult issues. Qualified Tutors and Mentors are available daily and assist students with their study programs, time management, study skills, motivation techniques, and other areas that are important to academic success.

The course materials are extensive and detailed, yet user friendly and solution focused. Beginning with the basics and progressing into more advanced levels you are learning more complicated and/or difficult issues. Qualified Tutors and Mentors are available daily and assist students with their study programs, time management, study skills, motivation techniques, and other areas that are important to academic success.

The flexibility of the courses makes it possible to learn a single new counselling skill or build up credits to apply for a formal qualification. Students successfully completing the course will be able to:

- Describe the role of a Christian Counsellor and what counsellors do.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Biblical & Counseling skills required to conduct counselling.
- Apply practical skills in counselling situations.
- Have specialized knowledge about people, groups, family, society and cultures that relates to Christian Counselling.
- Be skilled and knowledgeable in Christian Counselling and understanding of various basic counselling modalities.

DOCTOR OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELLING

Subject Code
Subject Name
Credit Hours
CNS145
Advanced Course in Professional Counselling Orientation & Ethics
10
CNS146
Advanced Course in Leadership Dynamics
10
CNS147
Research Methodology
10
CNS148
Research Proposal
10
CNS149
Colloquium Doctum
10
CNS150
Thesis
30


Note: The requirement to enroll for the Doctorate of Christian Counselling Program is the completion of the Master of Christian Counselling or having been granted the status of a Masters of Christian Counselling qualification through the process of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). The Doctorate of Christian Counselling Programme requires completion of 72 credits. The Doctorate of Christian Counselling Programme has a minimum of two years before the qualification certificate can be issued. The maximum learning duration is normally three years.