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Graduate School of Counseling

Admission Outline for Graduate School of Counseling

ACTS Graduate School of Counseling produces professional Christian Counselors with character and counseling theory and techniques that can demonstrate how to effectively deal with marriage, parents-children relationship, and juvenile problems in the midst of collapsing crisis in family to society.

1. Major and Residential Years
Degree Major Number of Admission Residential Years Class Schedule
Master of Art in Counseling
(M.A.C.)
Christian Counseling, Family Counseling 42 5 semesters nighttime class (Mon)



2. Qualification
  1. Recommended by session moderator or supervising pastor
  2. BA/BS (or expectant); or equivalent


3. Admission Selection Process and Point Distribution
Degree Program Major Selection Process and Point
document screen ※ oral interview total
Master of Art in Counseling
(M.A.C.)
Christian Counseling, Family Counseling screening 100pts 100pts
※ At this stage, it is possible to fail in admission.

4. Required Degree Credits and Residential Period
Degree Program Major Required Credits Residential Period
Master of Art in Counseling
(M.A.C.)
Christian Counseling, Family Counseling 30 credits 5 semesters

※ Graduates can get various certificates issued by Professional Counseling Institutes or Counseling Societies, Therapeutic Institutes, and Christian Ministries to work as professional counselor.

5. Certificates and Benefits
  1. Can get the 2nd class Counselor certificate from Korean Association of Graduate School of Counseling.
  2. Can apply for an examination for the 2nd class Christian(Pastoral) Counselor issued by Korea Evangelical Society of Counseling.
  3. Can apply for an examination for the 2nd class counselor issued by Korean Government.
  4. Can get a Healty Home certificate.
  5. M.A. and M.Div. students can study at Westminster Theological Seminary through student exchange program.

6. Jobs after Graduation
  1. Works at an Counseling Institute.
  2. Meeting various counseling demands from churches
  3. Advancing to Ph.D. program
  4. Works at a welfare institute.
  5. Works at a Juvenile related organization.
  6. Works at Center for Healthy Family Support, Center for Multi-culture Family Support.