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Bachelor of Science in Psychology/Counseling
Crown College's Bachelor of Science in Psychology/Counseling is one of the few psychology and counseling programs offered that is centered around Christian teachings. This program is ideal for individuals wanting to earn their degree, but who may not have the time needed to devote to on-campus learning. This online program places an emphasis on human behavior, development, counseling theory, techniques and diversity and how these areas all relate to counseling and psychology. Prospective individuals should be interested in working in a field related to understanding human thought and behavior, while viewing such subjects through a Christian lens.
Graduates of Crown's B.S. in Christian Counseling and Psychology are typically educationally well-rounded and marketable individuals. The education students receive through this program may enable them to enter professions in the fields of human services, public relations, administration, and advertising and market research. Additionally, students have the potential to go from the bachelor’s program to Crown's master's level program in counseling/psychology.
Program requires from 125-131 credits for completion.
Official transcripts, including high school (if less than 24 semester college credits), vocational schools, and higher education institutions. Spiritual Life Essay. Signed Crown College Statement of Faith.
Accreditation & Licensing
Association for Biblical Higher Education, Commission on Accreditation
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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