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Trinity Christian College’s Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology program offers rigorous professional training in counseling, combining theory, empirical research, and practical experience as students are prepared to become Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs). Taught from a Christian perspective, the program emphasizes the formation of the whole person in the training of each student answering God’s call to bring healing and restoration.
The courses in Trinity’s M.A. in Counseling Psychology program have been designed to be completed in a specific order. Most students will start with the first course, however, there are places where students can join an existing cohort and complete the program. Contact the Graduate Studies office for details.
|Psych 501||Counseling Theory and Methods I||3 credits|
|Psych 502||Professional Orientation and Ethics||3 credits|
|Psych 503||Counseling Theory and Methods II||3 credits|
|Psych 504||Assessment and Evaluation of Individuals||3 credits|
|Psych 505||Counseling Practicum||3 credits|
|Psych 506||Social and Cultural Foundations *||3 credits|
|Psych 507||Psychopathology *||3 credits|
|Psych 508||Research Design *||3 credits|
|Psych 601||Internship I||3 credits|
|Psych 602||Life Span Development *||3 credits|
|Psych 603||Internship II||3 credits|
|Psych 604||Career Development *||3 credits|
|Psych 605||Substance Abuse Counseling *||3 credits|
|Psych 606||Marriage Couple and Family Counseling||3 credits|
|Psych 607||Christian Perspectives on Counseling||3 credits|
|Psych 608||Group Dynamics *||3 credits|
* Denotes courses employing a blended format (face-to-face and online instruction).
The Graduate Studies department has rolling admissions and there is no set deadline for application materials. There are a limited number of seats in each cohort, so applicants are encouraged to apply early.