In the Fall of 2019, GCD was officially approved by both the North Carolina Department of Education and the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) to begin offering a Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Counseling, which became the fifth Bachelor of Arts level degree offered by the College.
This new degree seeks to prepare graduates for further work at the Master’s level by offering intensive training in both counseling techniques and research methods. Even within the rigorous curriculum of this degree program, students are exposed to Biblical approaches to counseling, evaluating psychological theories from a Biblical perspective rooted in the authority of Scripture.
Less than one year into the program, GCD has already offered courses in Human Growth and Development, General Psychology, Research Methods, and Marriage and Family. As our first cohorts of Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling students advance through the program, they will continue to learn counseling techniques and theories in Abnormal Psychology, Marriage and Family Counseling, and Social Psychology, among other courses.
Of course, we at Grace College of Divinity know how expensive college can be, so we strive to make all of our degrees, including the Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling, affordable. For more information about our Undergraduate Tuition, click here. To start the Financial Aid process, click here.