Concentration – Community Mental Health & Counseling
St. Louis Christian College has an agreement with Hope International University (HIU) that enables SLCC students to work on an associate degree and simultaneously work on an online bachelor degree from HIU. To enter one of the HIU programs, students need a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.
The B.S. in Human Development degree is designed to help provide those desiring careers in psychology, counseling, education, and the human service fields, with the preparation needed to enter into entry level positions or graduate studies in marriage, family, and child counseling, social work, teaching, public administration, psychology, business or law.
Community Mental Health & Counseling: Students in the Community Mental Health and Counseling concentration will be prepared for professions in mental health institutions, forensic settings, employee assistance programs, community-based counseling settings, policy settings, research, and graduate studies in counseling or social work.
- Family Ministry
- Behavioral Health Specialist
- Case Manager
- Patient Care Specialist
What You Study
- Child Development
- Adolescent Development
- Adult Development
- Social Issues
- Christian Perspectives in Human Development
- choose three of the following: (1) Counseling Theories, (2) Counseling Skills, (3) Abnormal Psychology, and (4) Community Mental Health
Objectives for Graduates
- Demonstrate an understanding of the complexity of individual and family development across the life span in diverse contexts and changing environments. (Knowledge)
- Be able to analyze processes, policies, and professional, ethical, and culturally sensitive factors that impact the delivery of human services to individuals and families. (Application)
- Demonstrate the ability to evaluate and apply interdisciplinary research to practice and policy. (Research Skills)
- Conceptualize and synthesize the personal and professional relevance of a commitment to Christ in human development and spiritual growth. (Integration)