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PSY-201 CHRISTIAN PSYCHOLOGY (3)
An introductory course in psychology. Study includes heredity, environment, personality,
emotions, adjustment, perception, and the learning process.


PSY-202 EDUCATIONAL CHRISTIAN PSYCHOLOGY (3)
A study of the nature of learning and of the learner. The course moves from a consideration of the
physical views of learning processes to the findings of modern experimentation.


PSY-203 ABNORMAL CHRISTIAN PSYCHOLOGY (3)
This course is designed to study personality deviation and behavior disorders. The student is
acquainted with the nature of the major types of mental disorders, the theories of etiology, and an
exposition of the various methods of treatment.


PSY-304 BIBLE BASED COUNSELING (3)
This study concerns methods and characteristic subjects likely to be of concern to the ministerial
and professional counselor. The many aspects of working with individuals are investigated by
means of case method and research.


PSY-308 CHRISTIAN CHILD DEVELOPMENT (3)
An examination of the child from pre-natal through twelve; developmentally, emotionally, socially
and spiritually. Special emphasis will be placed on ministry to the child.


PSY-325 PREPARING FOR CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE (3)
This course will give guidelines for conducting a four to six session counseling program. You will
learn ways to deal tactfully with couples who donít want counseling and with Christian and non
Christians who want to marry. Topics discussed such as in-laws, finances, spiritual life, sex, and
more.


PSY-401 CHRISTIAN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (3)
A survey of phenomena that affect individual social behavior. Topics include attitudes, affiliation,
aggression, altruism, person perception, social interaction, social influence and group dynamics.


PSY-411 PSYCHOLOGY OF BIBLICAL COUNSELING (3)
An exploratory course into the methods and applications of the Bible in psychological counseling.


PSY-606 CLINICAL WORKSHOP (3)
This course allows the student to attend a workshop or seminar in psychology of his own choosing.
The approach and content of the workshop will be worked out in consultation with the students
Academic Advisor.


PSY-712 CLINICAL SEMINARS (2)
This course allows the student to attend a workshop or seminar in psychology of his own choosing.
The approach and content of the seminar will be worked out in consultation with the students
Academic Advisor.


PSY-713 DIRECTED RESEARCH (3)
This course allows the student to research a problem or an aspect of psychology of his own
choosing. The approach and content of the research will be worked out in consultation with the
students Academic Advisor. (may be repeated as elective)


PSY-714 INTERNSHIP I (6)

This course may be repeated. (90 hours) Student interaction and involvement in psychological
counseling experience will be required of both MA and DBC Candidates who have chosen Biblical
Counseling as their concentration.


PSY-715 INTERNSHIP II (6)

This course may be repeated. (90 hours) Student interaction and involvement in psychological
counseling experience will be required of both MA and DBC Candidates who have chosen Biblical
Counseling as their concentration.
 

 

 

 

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