Combined License, B.A., & M.A. Training Program

Tuition Costs

Procedures and Requirements  

Mature Christians (normally over the age of 30 years) who graduated from high school or hold a GED may elect to complete the requirements for license and qualify for a B.A. in Christian Counseling and M.A. in Clinical Christian Counseling.

Complete Phase I

Courses

Each candidate must complete the following 5 courses:

Additional Requirements

Each candidate must:
1.Complete a practicum, administering the A.P.S. to 10 individuals under a clinical supervisor.
2.Upon completion of the required courses, submit the following
a. Answers to 50 ethical questions posed by N.C.C.A.’s National Licensing Board of Examiners.
b. Application for Certification/Membership and signed N.C.C.A. code of Ethical standards.
c. Written responses to 500 Question Open Bible Equivalency Exam (Old and New Testament.)
d. Matriculation and transfer fees of $1200 payable to: The College Fund.

After completing all of the requirements for Phase I, the candidate will (assuming everything is in order) receive:

 ◦   Certified Temperament Counselor
◦   Clinical Member (non-clergy) or Professional Clinical
◦   Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Counseling

 

 Complete Phase II

Courses

Each candidate must complete the following 4 courses:

Additional Requirements

Each candidate must:
1.Complete a practicum. Administering the A.P.S. to 15 individuals under a clinical supervisor.
2.Upon completion of the required courses, submit the following:
a. Signed Application for License and National background check to verify each candidate’s history.
b. A licensing fee of $100.

After successfully completing all of the requirements for Phase II, the candidate will (assuming everything is in order) receive:

  •   Licensed Pastoral Counselor or Licensed Clinical Christian Counselor

Annual membership and license renewal is required. Membership is $50 per year and license renewal is $20 per year (total $70). A signed affidavit verifying continuing education must be submitted annually.

The tuition for each Phase I and Phase II course is $250. this includes shipping, and handling and all course supplies/materials. Candidates are expected to pay for each course when it is shipped.

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*Candidates who are already ordained, licensed or commissioned as a minister of the gospel; are automatically exempt from this course. Candidates who are not already ordained, licensed or commissioned as a minister of gospel will be required to complete this course through the National Conservative Christian Church and become commissioned as a Minister of Counseling.

Complete Phase III

Courses

   Each candidate must select and complete eight (8) advanced courses.

 

Additional Requirements

Each candidate must:
1.Upon completion of the required courses, submit the following:
a. Two copies of a written thesis. This normally consists of 25 reports (case studies) developed  from the candidate’s work with 25 individuals using the A.P.S. reports. A format is provided in course titled Temperament Case Studies.
b. Matriculation and transfer fees of $1500 payable to: The College Fund.
c. $50 to upgrade license to the M.A. level of Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselors.
d. A complete up-to-date resume, including photograph.

The tuition for each advanced course is $186. this includes shipping and handling and all course supplies/materials. Candidates are expected to pay for each course when it is shipped.

After successfully completing all of the requirements for Phase III, the candidate will (assuming everything is in order) receive:

  • Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor
  • Appropriate Board Certification counseling certificates for selected specialty areas
  • Master of Arts in Clinical Christian Counseling

The B.A. will be awarded through  Calvary Theological Seminary.  However, a list of several universities where the Masters can be obtained is detailed here. The student will select the university of his or her choice and indicate this choice in a letter of authorization which accompanies the Master’s degree transfer request.  The student does not contact the university directly.  180 Christian Counseling & Training and NCCA serve as the liaisons between the student and University.

Note: This program is a combination License, B.A. and M.A. Program. Commitment to the entire program is required. A candidate cannot complete the B.A. portion and then discontinue his/her studies unless providentially hindered. The B.A. will be considered invalid if the M.A. requirements are not fulfilled.