Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling — Marriage and Family
The Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling — Marriage and Family online program offered by Liberty University School of Behavioral Sciences equips students with the knowledge and skills critical for effectively counseling families and individuals in a variety of church and parachurch settings.
Courses cover topics such as premarital, marital, and family counseling. Graduates of this program will be equipped to integrate a Christian worldview and commitment to biblical values within the counseling setting. Students are encouraged to evaluate their own specific needs and to take advantage of available resources for personal and professional development as they seek a degree relevant to the field of pastoral counseling which is a non-licensed profession in the majority of the United States.
- $395 per credit hour (0-8 credit hours or 16+ credit hours)
- $2,750 Rawlings School of Divinity block rate for students enrolled in 9-15 credit hours
Program Delivery Format
Potential Career Fields
- Church counselor
- Non-licensed counselor
- Marriage and family counselor
- Military chaplain
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