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Master of Arts (Pastoral Counselling) - Distance

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  • Objectives
    CSU’s Pastoral Counselling program is designed to extend the academic qualifications of people working in pastoral and clinical counselling or ministry settings, including clergy and laity.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Arts (Pastoral Counselling)
  • Course description
    Including
    Graduate Diploma of Pastoral Counselling GradDipPastCounsell
    Graduate Certificate in Pastoral Counselling [exit point only] GradCertPastCounsell

    About the course

    Pastoral care and counselling skills are exercised in a variety of institutional settings within the overall framework of the churches in Australia at the corporate and congregational levels of denominations, universities, military, corrective services, police, ambulance, trade and industry, and like situations.

    These courses are a response to community expectations for professionally trained pastoral counsellors in the church and community. They provide an opportunity for members of the clergy and laity to upgrade their counselling skills and qualifications.

    Residential schools

    In every session there will be a two- to four-day residential school for the subjects coded THL, except for THL434 which has a five day residential school. These are normally held in January, April/May, July or September.

    Graduation requirements

    To graduate with the Master of Arts (Pastoral Counselling), students must successfully complete 128 points.To graduate with the Graduate Diploma of Pastoral Counselling, students must successfully complete 64 points.

    Students may choose to exit with the Graduate Certificate in Pastoral Counselling following the successful completion of 32 points.

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