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  Oct 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Dual-Level Counseling - Youth and Family Ministry (BS in Youth and Family Ministry/MS in Counseling)


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This program is designed to equip vocational youth workers. Its purpose is to help students develop skill in handling the Word of God, become adept in engaging the culture, gain insight into leading a dynamic youth ministry, and provide wise counsel to guide teenagers through the challenges of the teen years and help them grow in Christ. Upon successful completion of the program, the student earns a BS in Youth and Family Ministry degree and an MS in Counseling degree.

Total Credits: 163


Electives - Credits: 6


  • Electives Credits: 6

Graduate - Credits: 42


  • Counseling Electives Credits: 4
  • CSG 601 - Counseling Theory and Helping Relationships Credits: 3
  • CSG 602 - Helping Relationships Lab Credits: 3
  • CSG 611 - Psychopathology: Individual Assessment and Counseling Credits: 3
  • CSG 612 - Individual Assessment and Counseling Lab Credits: 3
  • CSG 621 - Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling Credits: 2
  • CSG 622 - Orientation to Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues in Counseling Credits: 2
  • CSG 631 - Theological Foundations of Counseling I Credits: 3
  • CSG 632 - Theological Foundations of Counseling II Credits: 3
  • CSG 701 - Marriage and Family Counseling Credits: 3
  • CSG 702 - Marriage and Family Counseling Lab Credits: 3
  • CSG 711 - Small Group Dynamics, Development, and Leadership Credits: 3
  • CSG 712 - Small Groups Lab Credits: 3
  • CSG 722 - Trauma and Grief Counseling Credits: 2
  • CSG 821 - Psychological Development and Intervention Across the Lifespan Credits: 2

A listing of graduate electives is available in the Cairn University Graduate Catalog.

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