Do you want to gain the knowledge, insight, and performance-based skills to become a leader in your church or another faith setting? Are you a Korean speaker with a passion for providing care and counsel to persons in need? If so, the Master of Christian Care and Counseling (MCCC) program at Central Seminary can be an effective way build your knowledge and skills. The learning outcomes in the MCCC program will equip you to provide spiritual care and counseling in many different settings.
Take a few moments to review our Master of Christian Care and Counseling program and learn more about the benefits of enrolling at Central Baptist Theological Seminary. Once you are ready to learn more or start the application process, simply use the contact form to connect with our advisors. We hope to be a part of your journey, no matter which vocational path you pursue.
Students take a three courses each semester. Courses meet online and in person.
The program can be completed in two years of full-time study.
Excellent tuition rates, scholarships, and payments plans make your education affordable.
The important purpose of the MCCC program is to help you transition from your education directly into ministry work that aligns with your desire to help people through difficult periods in their life. The program begins with an immersion into the theological and theoretical foundations of counseling and caring ministries. Students then move into more advanced study of contextual ministry and skill development through practice in the classroom and internships. Students who become graduates are committed to spiritual growth, empathy toward others, and being a healing presence for hurting people.
Once you are finished with the MCCC program, the goal for each student is to apply their knowledge and skills to be a caring leader in their community. Whether you want to work full-time or part-time in a church or ministry-related organization, we help you to achieve that transition. Many of our students work outside their church in their larger community. Ministry is evolving in a technological age where spiritual care is increasingly important. As the future of ministry continues to emerge, churches and people will always need listeners and caregivers.
At Central Seminary, we welcome students from all over the world with a shared purpose of serving humanity through vocational paths. That is also why learning outcomes are designed to help students prepare for ministry in global and multicultural contexts. In the MCCC, coursework will reflect the need for students to work with a wide range of people, and ethnicities.
Central Seminary also offers opportunities for continuing education that are free for anyone interested in participating. These special programs are typically offered in online formats, which makes it convenient for most students to participate. When you are part of the Central Seminary community, we encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities for self-growth and networking with like-minded seminarians.
We also encourage students to embody an innovative, entrepreneurial spirit as they approach their education. With us, you can benefit from personal and spiritual growth while working to create positive, lasting change in the world through ministry work. While students in the MCCC are required to take this program at our Shawnee, KS location, we incorporate technology into the delivery of curricula as much as possible. As a result, seminary students with busy lives can pursue their ministry education, without putting their current work and family responsibilities on hold.
Contact us today to learn more about our Master of Christian Care and Counseling program. Our advisors are ready to answer your questions about the enrollment process, financial aid, and other areas that impact your decision to move forward. Thank you for considering Central Seminary. We hope to be a part of your spiritual journey towards an impactful ministry practice.