PC495 Practicum in Pastoral Counseling 3 credits

This course is designed as a capstone culmination of all previous courses by giving the student opportunity to learn under the supervision of a qualified pastor. The context for learning will require the approval of the Pastoral Counseling Chairperson and the appropriate integration of Pastoral Ministry, Pastoral Care, and Pastoral Counseling.

Prerequisite:
SO101 Introduction to Sociology
PS102 General Psychology
SO203 Marriage, Family, and Human Sexuality
PC201 Pastoral Counseling
PS201 Principles of Counseling
PS321 Childhood Problems
PS414 Crisis Intervention
CD212 Ethical Issues in Chemical Dependency Counseling
CD314 Psychopharmacology
CM301 Preaching I
CM411 The Pastor’s Life and Work
CM412 The Pastor as Administrator

Offered on demand.