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
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,
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.