Cooper, Dr. D. Mark
Chair, Department of Patient Counseling
Patient Counseling, Master of Science (M.S.)
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Contact the department for specific admission requirements.
The Master of Science requires 44 credit hours of study according to one of the established curricula. A 30-credit accelerated M.S. as well as a dual degree track M.S./M.Div. with the School of Theology at Virginia Union University and Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond are available. Course substitutions require faculty approval.
Final granting of the Master of Science requires an oral review with the faculty demonstrating completion of outcomes for Level II Clinical Pastoral Education or Supervisory Clinical Pastoral Education as determined by the chosen track of study.