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Bachelor of Science in Counseling
Onsite and Online

The Bachelor of Science in  Counseling program is designed to prepare students for counseling or care-giving professions within various organizations, and is appropriate for continued education hours or for those desiring to complete graduate coursework required for licensure in most states.  Click HERE to download the basic information sheet for Compass Adult Studies.

  CPS 3500 Techniques of Counseling
  CPS 4410 Group Counseling (pre-req: Techniques of Counseling)
  CPS 4420 Foundations of Marriage and Family Systems
  CPS 4690 Counseling and Ethnic Diversity
  CPS 4906 Counseling Internship
  PSY 3000 Psychology of Counseling
  PSY 3300 Theories of Personality and Psychotherapy
  PSY 3500 Abnormal Psychology
  SOC 2000 Human Development

  BTH 1000 New Testament Literature I: Gospels
  BTH 1201 Old Testament History
  BTH 1250 New Testament Literature II: Acts, Epistles, Revelation
  BTH 2000 Old Testament Poetic and Prophetic Literature
  BTH 2400 Introduction to Christian Doctrine
  BTH 3000 Hermeneutics
  COM 3100 Introduction to Life Long Learning
  MIN 3400 Principles of Leadership
  NSQ 2900 Statistics

Today's organizations are seeking men and women of character who can be successful in the team setting, creative, visionary, and highly effective communicators.  Learners may immediately apply the skills and information gleaned from the classroom to reinforce and enhance their abilities to play active roles in the workplace, community and congregations.

NOTE: Degree programs require a minimum of 120 semester hours, and assumes students already has or will complete additional hours in General Studies (English/Communications, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, etc.) and an adequate number of free electives.


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