George G. Robinson, IV
The Master of Arts in Cross-Cultural Counseling is a specialized degree offered by Southeastern that is designed to prepare students for counseling ministry focusing on international contexts and cross-cultural settings. The degree combines on-campus and/or distance learning course options and the field-based ministry and practicum requirements. This degree can be earned online, along with the field ministry and practicum components.
Available as Distance Learning
MA in Context
What can I do with this degree?
Become a missionary with the IMB or NAMB or other missions entity
Serve as a counselor on the mission field in a North American or International context
Lead missions teams as member of a non-profit in a variety of settings
What courses will I take?
Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.
- BCO 6000 – Foundations for Counseling 3 semester hr(s).
- BCO 6860 – Cross-Cultural Counseling 3 semester hr(s).
- MIS 7870 – Studies in Contextualization Theory 3 semester hr(s).