Doctoral in Clinical Christian Counseling
This program is designed for those who holds a Master’s degree in counseling or a accepted/related field may upon the completion of requirements for licensure and qualification for a Doctoral in Clinical Christian Counseling.
- Non-refundable enrollment fee
- Completion of Phase I & II
- Nine core courses-Phase III
- Clinical supervision
- Completion of 35 APS assessments,
- Written responses to 50 ethical questions posed by the NCCA Board,
- Eight advanced courses
- Completion of an open book 500 Question Exam on the Old Testament and New Testament,
- Written Thesis
- Matriculation fee.
Upon completion of Program Three, the candidate will the Doctorate degree in Clinical Christian Counseling, Advanced Certification in as a Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor, and appropriate Board Certification for selected specialty areas. Additionally, the candidate will receive a Professional Clinical Membership in the NCCA.
*NCCA Master’s and Doctorate programs listed are designed for individuals who have not previously completed any NCCA degree program. Please note that if a student completes an NCCA program of study and chooses to enroll in a second-degree program, additional program requirements will apply.