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M.A Pastoral Psychology and Counselling
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Programme Overview

The Master of Arts in Pastoral Psychology and Counselling (MAPPC) programme is for professional counsellors who are well grounded in the integration of psychological and spiritual knowledge as a holistic foundation for effective therapeutic practice. The Master of Arts in Pastoral Psychology and Counselling (MAPPC) is accredited by the University Council of Jamaica (UCJ).

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Key Facts

2 years part time – (51 credits minimum)


Core Courses

Academic Writing
Pastoral Psychology and Counselling
Counselling Skills
Professional Ethics
Lifespan Psychology
Counselling Skills-System Interventions
Theories of Counselling and Psychotherapy
Abnormal Psychology
Pastoral Theology & Counselling


Elective Courses

Programme Evaluation
Practicum Supervision
Bible & Psychotherapy
Community Psychology
Forensic Psychology
Marriage & Family Therapy


Entry Requirements

An undergraduate degree in a related field. Students without the requisite background may be required to do qualifying courses.


Career Opportunities

Pastoral Psychologist
Community/Church Worker
School Psychologist
Chaplain
Developmental Psychologist
Teacher
Public Aairs Specialist
Psychology Consultant
Lecturer


Fees & Funding

US$220 per credit
US$660 per 3 credit cours