Courses and Curriculum
The NCCA field of study for each degree program or licensing comprises a series of six mandatory Core Courses (three in Phase I and three in Phase II) plus optional choices from Advanced Courses to meet the program requirements.
In addition, the MA and PhD degree program have a thesis requirement which involves the preparation of twenty-five (MA) or thirty-five (PhD) counselor reports prepared under the guidance of the student's Clinical Supervisor. These reports are prepared from interviews conducted with individuals based upon a review of their Arno Profile System report. This methodology is a cornerstone of the NCCA program and is introduced in the Phase I course called "Creation Therapy".
Detailed information on each aspect of the curriculum may be found on this website.
Study Programs - Which One Is Right For You?
Which Program Is Right For You?
Masters in Clinical Christian Counseling