6.6 Master of Arts in Counseling
The Master of Arts in Counseling* (M.A.C.) is a degree program designed to give a rich foundation in theology and counseling on which men and women can build various vocations other than the ordained Gospel ministry.
Westminster graduates have established themselves successfully in a wide range of occupations that do not require a licensed professional. With a Westminster counseling degree, graduates have pursued occupations in various fields of specialization such as campus ministry, adoption agencies, missions, church staffs, counseling centers, youth work, human services, and educational institutions. Numerous Westminster graduates have also used their counseling training to enhance prior medical or nursing training for service in various missions and ministries.
Building on a basic foundation in the disciplines of biblical studies, theology, church history, and apologetics, these programs provide comprehensive instruction and active involvement in the specific area of biblical counseling.
6.6.a Student Learning Goals
Upon graduation the student will:
*Formerly Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling (M.A.B.C.) prior to the 2012-2013 academic year.