Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling — Military Resilience
The online Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling — Military Resilience program offered by Liberty University School of Behavioral Sciences is suited for individuals looking to minister to service members and their families. The program equips students to work in a variety of settings, such as hospitals, churches, community centers, and state agencies. With an emphasis on the resilience of leaders and caregivers, the strength of military marriages and families, healthy transitions from active service to civilian life, and the mental and behavioral health of service members, students are prepared to provide godly counsel to our nation’s heroes.
Graduates of this program will minister to the military community, and help educate them about the physical, social, spiritual, and mental needs associated with the hidden wounds of war. 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
- 36 total hours
- Up to six credit hours can be transferred in
Potential Career Fields
- Church Counselor
- Family Counselor
- Grief Services Specialist
- Social Services Caseworker
- Trauma Counselor
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