Biblical Counseling with Ordination Program   

This Masters program with ordination in our Biblical counseling department is an intensive study of psychological issues for Christians inside and out of the church setting.  This study of work covers major psychological theories influencing Christians including; scripture based model for counselling versus Christian psychologists, perspectives related to psycho-therapists, the infiltration of psychology and the Bible, through the ending of Chrisitan psychology,.   This course work includes exams, note research and a thesis. The ordination studies included in this program is our full seminary course work for ordination.

Payment Plans:  *additional discount applies

  • *1. 100%    
  • *2. 50%   
  •  3. Pay-As-You-Go   

Program Overview

Masters - Biblical Counseling / Ordination - 10010-70033

  • MBC.201.1 -  presents the need to establish a pure scripture-based model for counseling versus Christian psychologist’s whose practice is modeled on the concepts and procedures of secular psychotherapy
  • MBC.500.1 -  presents a Christ-centered approach to nurturing the believers spiritual life and confronting problems through exercising faith in Christ and His word within “person to person soul care” 
  • MBC-501.1 -  presents in depth perspectives related to psycho-therapists, research training through classical/avoidance conditioning to “eclectic” therapists
  • MBC-502.1 -  presents in depth study related to the infiltration of psychology and the Bible
  • MBC-503.1 - presents in depth study about how to “care for souls” through effective ways Christ works through believers as they minister God’s grace through conversation, prayer and practical help
  • MBC-504.1 - describes and analyzes major psychological theories influencing Christians and the importance of ending Christian psychology within the church
  • MBC-NR-10010  - note research submissions
  • MBC-T-10010 - Thesis: submitted following completion of all exams / note research​​
  • ​​O-301.1 - designed for preparation for ministers, new or experienced      in learning procedures, scriptural references, ceremonies, appropriate sayings and suggested length for special occasions within a respected conservative fundamental Christian view point
  • O-309.1 - designed to give the student information on tax laws and establishing ministry, principles, church structures and what is necessary for construction of ministries
  • O-NR-70033 - note research submissions
  • O-T-70033 -  Thesis: submitted following completion of all ordination exams and note research​​​​​​

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Credit Transfer Department

DLSM's transfer department is where we evaluate and anticipate your transfer opportunities within the DLSM Credit Transferring Policy. This is accomplished by two departments; Registrar's Office and the Academic Office. Whether you've previously attended a university, community or Bible college, etc., all transferring credits will be reviewed, on an individual basis, with credit award determination to follow.  More

 Department of Biblical Counseling

Biblical  Counseling  with Ordination