American Presbyterian Theological Seminary ( Part 2)

American Presbyterian Theological Seminary ( Part 2)

Master of Pastoral Studies (M.DIV.)

1. Course Description

The three-year Master of Divinity (M.Div.) Program is a degree program that specializes in the training of people who are willing to minister throughout life in pastoral and related fields.

2. Eligibility

Qualifications for admission to the M.Div.

-B.A./B.Th. A person with a degree or equivalent

-Approved by the Academic Affairs Committee

3. Degree qualification

Qualifications to graduate from the M.Div.

Students must complete -98 credits (65 credits required + 33 credits optional).

-Submit a student ministry assessment written by the ministry director twice a year (May and December).

Submit a monthly student ministry report by the student.

-You must pass the Bible test. (The passing point is more than 70 out of 100 points.)

Thesis Six credits are optional. 6 credits of the dissertation are calculated from 24 elective credits that are not required.

4. Student Ministry Report

The Student Ministry Report is an essential part of the syllabus that students practice under the guidance of their pastor (Ministry Superintendent) in various ministry areas of the local church, depending on their ministry goals and interests. Student ministry credit is two credits, one quarter credit for each semester and one half credit for each semester.

-0.25 credits (Bible Reading)

-0.25 credits

-0.25 credits

-0.25 credits

-0.25 credits

-0.25 credits

Christian Counseling Psychology (M.A.C.C.P.)

1. Mission | Mission

Korean immigrant churches and immigrant societies in multicultural-racial societies need counseling services that are appropriate for the situation of Korean immigrants. Although many immigrant church members have received spiritual, psychological, social, and cultural reassurance and comfort in the church, the lack of professional counselors and ministries has prevented them from responding effectively to the various challenges and problems that may arise in their lives. I did it. The Christian Counseling Psychology Department at the American Presbyterian Theological Seminary will interpret these challenges facing immigrant churches and immigrant communities from a holistic perspective that harmoniously combines the Bible, theology, and psychology.

2. Features | Features

Whole counseling psychology through harmonious encounter between the Bible and evangelical theology and psychology

Harmonious education of the theory and practice of Christian counseling psychology for a multicultural and multiethnic society

Practical counseling training through counseling centers and professional counseling support for local churches and communities

3. Learning Objectives | Learning Objectives

Develop the ability to integrate evangelical theology and psychology

Understanding and Practical Application of Christian Counseling Psychology

Develop communication skills in multicultural and multiethnic fields

Develop professional Christian counselors who transform the home, local church, and community

Master of Arts in Christian Counseling Psychology (M.A.C.C.P.)

1. Introduction to Degree Program (B.A., M.A., Ph.D.) | Introduction to Academic Degree Curriculum

The M.A. in Christian Counseling Psychology program is accredited by The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) on June 29, 2016. The Master’s Degree in Christian Counseling Psychology is a two-year program and is not intended for certification as recognized by the state of California. Students must complete at least 48 credits to graduate and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher, including transfer credits. There will also be additional B.A. and Ph.D. courses. M.A.C.C.P. The required and electives to complete the course are listed below.

2. [mandatory] 30 credits

Integration of Theology and Psychology

Spirituality and Christian Counselor

Introduction to Christian Counseling Psychology

Legal and Ethical Issues in Christian Counseling

Cross-Cultural Psychology and Christian Counseling

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

DSM IV

Marriage and Family Therapy

Practicum I

Counseling Practicum II Practicum II * Counseling Practicum (I, II) allows students to serve as counseling interns at local churches in partnership with our school. You will be trained to work as a professional counselor in the local church and community. In addition, students in counseling internships are sent to local churches for practical guidance in counseling seminars, as well as counseling training in various areas at the individual, marital and family level.

3. [optional] 18 credits

Grief Counseling

Counseling Preaching as Counseling

Counseling for Stress and Depression

Anger Counseling for Anger

Divorce Counseling

Counseling for Church Conflict

Human Development Theory

Addiction Counseling

Counseling and Gender: Counseling Women and Men

Middle-Aged and Counseling

Aging and Christian Counseling

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