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The MA in Counselling is a two-year full-time programme for University degree holders or applicants with a Bachelor of Theology (BTh) degree from an academically recognized institution. The programme can also be undertaken on a part-time (daytime) basis.

The MAC is a recognised degree by the Singapore Association for Counsellors (SAC) with effect from 8th February 2010.

CO 501 Introduction to Psychology 2 NT 501 NT Survey 2
  Bible Study Method 3   Doctrine II 3
  OT Survey 3 CO 505 Human Development 3
CO 502 Theory & Practice of Counselling 3 CO 506 Integration of Psychology & Theology 2
CO 508A Counselling Issues I 3 CO 507 Professional Ethics & Ethical Issues 2
PT 506 Introduction to Christian Spirituality 3 CO 508B Counselling Issues II 3
 - APA Referencing and Research Writing - CO 531 Spiritual Direction & Mentoring 2
      CO 536a Counselling Practicum M1 1
17 18
2nd IS 504 Asian Religions 3 CH510 Asian Church History 3
  TH 502 Doctrine II 3 CO 510B Marriage & Family Therapy II 3
  CO 510A Marriage & Family Therapy I 2 CO 513 Gender & Sexuality: Counselling Perspectives 2
  CO 511 Psychopathology 2 CO 533 Psychological Assessment: Tests and Measurements 2
  CO 512 Child & Adolescent Therapy 3 CO 515 Social & Multi-cultural Issues in Counselling 2
  CO 516 Group Theory & Practice 2 CO 509 Therapeutic Approaches 2
  CO 517 On Being A Therapist 2 CO 536c  Counselling Practicum M3 1
  CO 536b Counselling Practicum M2 1      
18 15
  Total Credits for this Degree                                68


Admission/Academic Requirements

A Bachelor Degree from a recognized University or Bible College/Seminary

English Language Requirements

‘A’ Level: B4 in ‘AO’ level General Paper or
TOEFL: 550 pts (or 213 for computer-based test) or
IELTS: 6.0 (Academic Candidate)

General Requirements

  • At least 24 years old

  • Christian for at least 2 years

  • Lay ministry experience

  • Endorsed by church/organization leadership

Practicum Requirements

In addition to the completion of credits (as listed and required in the curriculum/ programme) with a GPA of 2.5, MAC students are also required to complete 120 client-contact couselling hours, 60 hours of group supervision, 23 hours of individual supervision and 8 hours of personal therapy sessions.


  • Tuition: $128.40 per credit (to be paid each semester)

  • Application Fee: $53.50 (local) and $107 (International)         

  • Orientation Fee: $53.50

  • Clinical Fee (including Personality Tests, Personal Therapy & Supervision) : $4815 (revised Feb 2013)

    * All Fees include 7% GST and are subject to change.

For details of other expenses please refer to Prospective Students.

Application Procedure

The applicant should write to the Registrar for a catalogue/admissions package. The application form, application fee and all supporting documents must arrive at SBC before the dates below:

To begin studying in July (Semester I),
- 1 March (international applicants); 15 April (local applicants)

To begin studying in January (Semester II)
- 15 August (international applicants); 15 October (local applicants)

Note: January intake is only for part-time application (with effect from Sept 2014).


In addition, applicants must take a Personality Test and have a personal interview with the Dean of SOC.

For enquiries on admissions matters, please contact our Registrar’s Office. If you have further enquiries, you may also contact the Dean’s Office.


更新於:週五, 13 三月 2015 11:04