Program Purpose
The Master of Christian Counseling (M.C.C.) is a degree program for students who have successfully attained a Bachelor Degree or its equivalent and who desire introductory academic introduction in Christian Counseling.
Through TIU’s Christian counseling master’s degree, you will develop the biblical counseling skills you need to address the relational, mental, and spiritual needs of suffering people in your community.

Degree Requirements/Time Limit
Successfully complete 66 semester units of the following coursework laying emphasis on Christian Counseling with a cumulative minimum Grade Point Average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale:
The Master of Christian Counseling program must be completed within 5 years from the time the student commenced the first course, as a regular student, which applies to the degree requirements.

Students write a thesis, it will be submitted and approved by the graduation committee. The student will register for the course PT604 thesis during the final fall semester of the program and submit a prospectus and outline of the project for faculty approval in advance. The school will assign an advisor according to the topic of the thesis.