Counselling is designed to provide adult learners with biblical and counselling understanding to develop interpersonal and people-helping skills.

Learners will Demonstrate

  1. Growing competency in understanding, interpreting, applying, and communicating the biblical message
  2. Understanding and appreciation of the work of God and the Church throughout history and contemporary culture
  3. Commitment to relating biblical, theological and historical truths in their decisions and to those touched by their care-giving ministry
  4. Faithfulness in stewarding life as a Christian people-helper and leader

*This program qualifies for Canada and Alberta Student Loans*

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Course blocks

Course Requirements


  • B3025 Grasping God’s Word (3)
  • B3115 Old Testament Literature (3)
  • B3275 Life and Teachings of Jesus (3)
  • B3325 Christian Theology (3)
  • B3327 Theology of care (3)
  • Bible Electives (6)


  • P3515 Life Planning Strategies (3)
  • P3535 Counselling Theory (3)
  • P3545 Counselling Skills (3)
  • P4000 Practicum (3)
  • P4425 Spiritual Formation (3)
  • P4545 Conflict Resolution (3)
  • P4515 Crisis Counselling (3)
  • P4555 Family and Marriage Counselling (3)

General Education (15)

  • G3216 History of Christianity I (3)
  • G3217 History of Christianity II (3)
  • G3515 Introduction to Worldviews (3)
  • G4435 Developmental Psychology (3)
  • G4525 Christian Ethics (3)

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Students with sixty (60) or more credit hours from a recognized institution(s), with a grade of “C” or better (GPA of 2.0 or better on 4.0 scale) that fit into their chosen program as transfer credit may qualify for the Bachelor of Christian Ministry degree.