Course Scheduling

General Information on Scheduling Classes

COPC Two-year cycle (posted 05.18.16)

2015 Spring & Summer Schedule Update for CPC Students (posted 9.24.14)

MAMF:

  • MF/CO600 Family Systems Theory (Summer in KY; Fall in FL)
  • CO655 Counseling Relationship: Process & Skills (Fall & Spring)
  • CO720 Psychopathology: Theory & Assessment (Fall only)
  • CO610 Ethical & Legal Issues in Counseling (January only)

MAMH:

  • CO601 Counseling Theories & Techniques (Summer [August] & Spring)
  • CO655 Counseling Relationship: Process & Skills (Fall & Spring)
  • CO720 Psychopathology: Theory & Assessment (Fall only)
  • CO610 Ethical & Legal Issues in Counseling (January only)

MAPC:

  • CO601 Counseling Theories & Techniques (Summer [August] and Spring only)
  • PC520 Pastoral Diagnosis in Care and Counseling (Fall only)
  • CO655 Counseling Relationship: Process & Skills (Fall & Spring)
  • CO610 Ethical & Legal Issues in Counseling (January only)

While the foundational courses listed above are offered yearly, other courses are offered once every two years. The Two-year cycle of course offerings for CO & PC can help you plan your sequence of classes. Please see your Academic Advisor for additional information. You are also welcomed to speak to any of the CPC faculty about your academic choices.

Faculty sabbaticals will impact the semesters in which elective courses are offered. We endeavor to make as few changes as possible when we need to accommodate sabbaticals.

Registrar’s Office

The Registrar’s Office, including our Academic Advising team, is here to serve your needs relating to your academic transcript, academic records and course registration. Our Academic Advisors assist masters level students in planning their academic course work and serve as guides to interpret the curriculum. We work collaboratively with you to select courses that not only fulfill degree requirements but also prepare you for your intended area of ministry.