Anointed University Worldwide

Bachelor of Christian Counselling

About Course

The Bachelor of Christian Counselling program at Anointed University is designed to equip students
with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide counselling services within a Christian
framework. This program focuses on integrating psychological principles with Christian values and
beliefs to support individuals facing emotional, mental, and spiritual challenges. The curriculum
combines theoretical knowledge, practical training, and spiritual development to prepare students
for counselling roles in churches, Christian organisations, and counselling centres.
Course Duration:3- 4 years (8 semesters)
Course Content:
Semester 1:
1. Introduction to Christian Counselling
2. Introduction to Psychology
3. Counselling Theories and Techniques
4. Biblical Foundations for Counselling
5. Communication Skills in Counselling
6. Introduction to Christian Theology
Semester 2:
1. Human Development and Behaviour
2. Counselling Ethics and Professionalism
3. Group Counselling
4. Integration of Faith and Psychology
5. Counselling Skills and Techniques
6. Introduction to Pastoral Care
Semester 3:
1. Marriage and Family Counselling

2. Counselling Techniques for Children and Adolescents
3. Crisis Counselling
4. Spiritual Formation and Discipleship
5. Psychopathology and Diagnosis
6. Elective: Addiction Counselling
Semester 4:
1. Counselling in Trauma and Grief
2. Counselling Skills for Special Populations
3. Christian Counselling and Mental Health
4. Counselling in the Church Setting
5. Research Methods in Counselling
6. Elective: Counselling for Eating Disorders
Semester 5:
1. Counselling Skills for Substance Abuse
2. Counselling for Relationship Issues
3. Counselling for Anxiety and Depression
4. Counselling and Spirituality
5. Family Systems Theory
6. Elective: Counselling for Trauma Survivors
Semester 6:
1. Counseling Skills for Anger Management
2. Counseling for Personality Disorders
3. Counseling for Sexual Issues
4. Counseling and Forgiveness
5. Counseling and Diversity
6. Elective: Career Counseling
Semester 7:
1. Counseling Skills for Self-Esteem and Identity
2. Counseling for Loss and Bereavement
3. Counseling for Spiritual Growth
4. Counseling and Ethics in Ministry
5. Counseling Practicum
6. Elective: Counseling for Domestic Violence
Semester 8:
1. Capstone Project in Christian Counseling
2. Counseling Skills for Life Transitions
3. Counseling for Pastoral Burnout
4. Christian Counseling in Cross-Cultural Contexts
5. Counseling Internship
6. Elective: Counseling for Aging and End-of-Life Issues
Note: The elective courses may vary based on the availability and interests of students.
In addition to the academic coursework, students are required to complete a supervised counseling
internship in a Christian counseling setting. This practical experience allows students to apply their

counseling skills and integrate their faith in real-world counseling scenarios, under the guidance of
experienced professionals.
Admission Requirements:
– A high school diploma or equivalent.
– Submission of official transcripts.
– A personal statement outlining the applicant’s interest in criminology and career goals.
– Letters of recommendation from academic or professional references.
– An interview with the admissions committee may be required.

Graduation Requirements:
To successfully complete the Bachelor of Christian Counseling program, students must fulfill the
following requirements:
1. Complete all required courses and earn the required credits.
2. Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.
3. Successfully complete the counseling internship and any associated assessments.
4. Fulfill any additional requirements set by Anointed University.
The Bachelor of Christian Counseling program at Anointed University provides students with a
comprehensive understanding of counseling principles, psychological theories, and Christian values.
Graduates of this program are equipped to provide counseling services within a Christian framework,
supporting individuals in their emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being. Through a combination of
theoretical knowledge, practical training, and spiritual development, students develop the skills
necessary to offer compassionate and effective counseling rooted in Christian principles.

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