Graduate Programs

Graduate Program 

Graduate Program

Graduate Schools 

School Of Christian Counseling

Christian Counseling MA Courses

TH530  Theories of Christian Counseling
AP501  Counseling for Substance Abuse
CC566  Christian Marriage and Family Counseling
CC463  Individual Evaluation and Assessment
CC528  Human Development
CC542  Individual Counseling Skills
CC686  Christian Leadership
CC316  Counseling the Sexually Abused
CC550  Group Counseling Skills
CC659  Counseling Domestic Violence Victims
CC573  *Practicum/Internship
CC590  Masters Thesis

School Of Minsitry

Ministry MA Courses

PL500  Children’s Ministry in the Church
PL510  Family Enrichment through the Church
PL522  Strategies for Global Missions
AP501  Apologetics II
BI566  Advanced Old Testament Studies
BI596  Advanced New Testament Studies
Practical Research & Field Development I Electives
(Elective courses require Administration approval)

 

School Of Theology

Theology MA Courses

CC 116  Introduction to Christian Counseling I
CC 177  Introduction to Christian Counseling II
CC 188  Christian Psychology
CC 222  Youth Counseling
CC 291  Marriage Counseling
CC 318  Divine Healing
CC 384  Group Therapy
CC 362  Addiction Counseling
CC 388  Spiritual Warfare
CC 401  Counseling Children
CC 416  Pastoral Counseling
CC 431  Senior Adult Counseling
CC 479  Research Paper

Course Descriptions

MA Christian Counseling

A program designed for those who desire to successfully enhance their ability to counsel with sound Christian doctrine. Students who are interested in offering counsel to other Christians will find that this program gives them the education that they need in order to become successful in this area of ministry.

MA Theology

This program is designed for those who are successfully engaged in ministry and wish to pursue their theological studies to an advanced level. Those they receive their degree in theology are more likely to find opportunities that enable them to spread Gods word.

MA Ministry

This program is a modular program designed for those who are successfully engaged in ministry. These people receive the opportunity of furthering their ministry career, by implementing the education they receive at Rhema University.  Also, coursework is structured to be practical with the immediate hands-on application.

School Of Christian Counseling

Christian Counseling DR Courses

CC 633  Counseling for Grief, Death and Dying
CC 645  Counseling for Abusive Relationships
HE 651  Hermeneutics II
CL 685  Christian Ethics II
CC 688  Christian Counseling Techniques
CC 693  Theories of Personality Development
CC 695  Practicum/Internship
CC 698  Doctorate Dissertation
(To be approved by administration)

School Of Minsitry

Ministry DR Courses

PL 630  Building Pastoral Relationships
PL 654  Current Theological Trends
HE 651  Hermeneutics II  
Practical Research & Field Development II

Courses require administration approval*
Courses require administration approval*
Courses require administration approval*

School Of Theology

Theology DR Courses

PL 630   Building Pastoral Relationships
PL  654  Current Theological Trends
HE 651  Hermeneutics II
CL 685   Christian Ethics II
PL 686   Christian Leadership
PL 682   Management: Programming the Local Church
PL 683   Mastering Contemporary Preaching
*Elective
TH 698  Practical Research & Field Development II

Course Descriptions

DR Christian Counseling

This area of discipline is a modular program designed to identify and address a broad spectrum of human behavior from both a Christian and psychological perspective. Now students can have a deeper understanding of people and how to interact with them in a way that will allow them to provide better counsel to Christians.

DR Theology

This program integrates the classical biblical, historical, theological, and social studies with those significant tasks of one who is in the midst of the practice of ministry. It will enhance the competence and excellency in the practice of ministry.

DR Ministry

This program has been designed for those who wish to enhance their particular field of Ministry. Emphasis is placed on specific fields of Ministry such as Pastoral, Evangelistic and World Missions. With this more in-depth look at the world of Ministry, students have the ability to further their Ministry Careers.