Doctor of Christian Counseling and Psychology (CPsy.D.)

Doctor of Christian Counseling and Psychology (CPsy.D.)

Prerequisites: Master’s Degree or Equivalent

A Doctoral Degree in Christian Counseling and Psychology is one of the highest level degrees you can earn in the field of Christian Counseling psychology. This is relatively a recent new degree option also known as the CPsy.D.

The Doctor of Christian Counseling and Psychology program is open to those who have been actively engaged in some form of professional ministry (parish, social service, community outreach, chaplaincy, etc.) and who meet the admission requirements listed for this degree. The degree is offered to credentialed ministry professionals and is not designed for those just entering the field of counseling. This program is recommended for those who would like to start their own private counseling practice.

Courses You’ll Complete to Earn Your Degree

Admission Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in a cognate field of ministry or counseling validated by a transcript.
  • Five years of full-time professional experience in pastoral ministry or counseling
  • Completion of the Application Procedure
  • Doctoral students are encouraged to consider becoming board certified christian counselors through the National Association of Christian Counselors (NACC).

Registration Fee $200.00
Tuition Cost: $3600.00

Total Cost: $3800.00

39 Credit Hours

Average 2 years but work at your own pace