WUV admits students without regard to race, color, physical disability, national or ethnic origin and accords all rights, privileges, programs and activities to all students at the university.
WUVis also accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), and the Association of Theological Schools (ATS).
Credit will be awarded for 400 level subjects completed in the Graduate Certificate in Pastoral Counselling.
Credit will not be awarded for 100-300 level subjects.
CNS 845 Applied Research II (3 credits) This course focuses on providing individually selected quantitative or qualitative research project under supervision of the student’s advisor (includes independent studies).
Dissertation Pastoral Counseling
CNS 850 Cognitive Theory and Application (3 credits) This course focuses on an overview of theoretical foundations of cognitive therapy.
The DCPC Program is intended to provide counseling knowledge and skills grounded in biblical principles at its highest level to equip those who desire to reach people effectively to bring healing and restoration in God’s people.
It is designed to raise leadership and scholarship among Christian counselors and prepare them to serve in churches and other faith-based organizations as well as secular places of practice to make meaningful contributions.
its present condition, and the divine design for its restoration, health, and destiny.
This course is required for the Pastoral Care and Counseling Specialization only.