This program of study facilitates an understanding of the Old and New Testaments with an emphasis on exegesis using advanced hermeneutics and various exegetical resources.
Solid biblical training from accomplished faculty with years of ministry experience.
This program of study is designed for non-clinical biblical counseling in a church context. It does not provide licensure or counseling certifications. The G.C.C.C. program does provide a foundation for students who desire to pursue further graduate studies in counseling or other related fields.
Many people would like to complete a degree and stay out of debt.
This program requires 8 courses (or 24 credit hours), which can be completed within 2 years for full-time students. Courses are offered on-campus or online (can be entirely online). Manna U’s low tuition rates enable students to receive solid biblical training from accomplished faculty with years of ministry experience and not be hindered financially.
$300 per credit hour
Scholarships are available for students who do not use military education benefits or federal financial aid.
Full details can be found in the 2022-2023 Graduate Academic Catalog.
To become a student at Manna U, follow these two steps:
1. Complete an application, which includes:
2. Order your official high school, G.E.D., or previous college transcripts (minimum 2.0 GPA is preferred).
Note: official transcripts are sent directly from one school/college to another. You can arrange to have your transcripts sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, or a paper copy can be sent to our mailing address:
Manna University Attn: Registrar’s Office 439 Westwood Shopping Center PMB 106 Fayetteville, NC 28314
All applicants applying for admission to one of Manna U’s graduate programs must submit official transcripts showing an earned undergraduate degree from an accredited institution, or an equivalent academic achievement approved by Manna U’s Academic Office. Students who plan to use military education benefits must submit transcripts from high school and all colleges attended.
Students who plan to use military education benefits must submit transcripts from high school and all colleges attended.
The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling does not grant licensure. A Master’s Degree is required to pursue licensure.
Yes. Our Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling program is designed as a rigorous program to prepare for graduate study.
The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling offers solid preparation for graduate study in Counseling or a related field, but also offers foundational training for those serving in non-clinical counseling environments, such as lay counseling in a church setting.
Our Christian Counseling degree offers education in Counseling from a distinctly Biblical worldview.
Yes. To continue in the program, students must complete CNS 130- Introduction to Counseling, CNS 201- Counseling I, and CNS 301- Counseling II and earn a final grade of “B” or higher in order to remain in the program. Students who fail to do so may either retake the necessary course(s) or switch to a different Undergraduate program.
Like most of today’s college students, Deana leads a busy life. Finding time for studies was a challenge on top of family, work, and serving in her local church, but she sensed the need to be more prepared for her calling.
“God is using Manna U to mold me into the strong elite spiritual warrior that is properly prepared for ministry.”
Jesus chose twelve leaders who were from differing backgrounds. Many religious leaders in that time would have overlooked them. Through teaching and training, He prepared them to lead a movement that changed the world. Whatever your call may be, training at Manna U can help you engage in this kind of transformational leadership.
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