Bachelor of Religious Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Religious Multiple Talent Psychology

Bachelor of Religious Counseling Psychology

Bachelor of Religious Counseling Psychology program is designed to prepare students for ministry of counseling. This program educates students to bring healing and hope to people in pain as counselors in churches or faith-based organizations. This degree can prepare for non-clinical positions in the field of psychology and counseling.

Admission Requirement

Students seeking admission to Bachelor of Religious Counseling Psychology program must provide an official transcript of their high school or college record and Personal Statement. Anyone possessing a high school diploma or its equivalent meets the basic requirement for ad-mission to the program.

A completed and signed application form

Signed enrollment agreement form

Copy of high school diploma and/or official transcript (or equivalent)

Secondary school and college-level transcripts (if applicable)

Personal statement (Childhood, vision, experiences and aspiring career path after graduation)

Passport Copy

Program Requirements

Students receive the Bachelor of Religious Counseling Psychology degree when they fulfill the following program requirements:

  • Religious studies course requirements: 15 quarter units
  • Major requirements: 33 units
  • Elective requirements or Concentration Course: 72 units
  • Unit requirement: A minimum of 120 quarter units

General Education and Religious studies Requirement: 111 Units

URCB101        Intro to the Bible                                    3 Units

URCB102        Life in Bible Times                          3

URCB103        Introduction to the New Testament              3

URCB104        Introduction to the Old Testament                3

URCB105        Introduction to Worship Service                   3

URCB106        Introduction to Counseling               3

URCB143        Introduction to Missiology                3

URCB108        Spiritual Life in Community                3

URCB109        Oral Communication                       3

URCB110        Introduction to Literature                          3

URCB111        Counseling Psychology                    3

URCB112        Biblical Interpretation                      3

URCB113        Intro to the Torah                         3

URCB114        Church Minister to Adults                          3

URCB115        Church Administration                    3

URCB116        Introduction to Christian Education               3

URCB117        Evangelism                                   3

URCB118        Missions                                               3

URCB119        Introduction to Sociology                          3

URCB120        Introduction to Ethics                     3

URCB121        Introduction to Philosophy                3

URCB234        Religious Special Seminars 1              3

URCB235        Religious Special Seminars 2              3

URCB236        Religious Special Seminars 3              3

URCB237        Religious Special Seminars 4              3

URCB238        Religious Special Seminars 5              3

URCB239        Religious Special Seminars 6              3

URCB240        Religious Special Seminars 7              3

URCB241        Religious Special Seminars 8              3

URCB311        Christian Studies Special Seminars 1    3

URCB312        Christian Studies Special Seminars 2    3

URCB313        Christian Studies Special Seminars 3    3

URCB314        Christian Studies Special Seminars 4    3

URCB315        Christian Studies Special Seminars 5    3

URCB316        Christian Studies Special Seminars 6    3

URCB317        Christian Studies Special Seminars 7    3

URCB318        Christian Studies Special Seminars 8    3

Major requirement: 81 units

URCB122        Introduction to Christian Counseling   3 Units

URCB123        Effective Counseling Skills                          3

URCB124        Marriage and Family Counseling                   3

URCB125        Crisis Counseling                                     3

URCB126        Addictions Counseling                    3

URCB127        Counseling Domestic Violence            3

URCB128        Psychology of Religion                     3

URCB129        Developmental Psychology                3

URCB130        Cognitive Psychology                      3

URCB131        Psychology & Theology                    3

URCB132        Christian Psychology                       3

URCB226        Multiple Talent 1                                     3

URCB227        Multiple Talent 2                                     3

URCB228        Multiple Talent 3                                     3

URCB229        Multiple Talent 4                                     3

URCB230        Multiple Talent 5                                     3

URCB231        Multiple Talent 6                                     3

URCB232        Multiple Talent 7                                     3

URCB233        Multiple Talent 8                                     3

URCB301        Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 1 3

URCB302        Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 2 3

URCB303        Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 3 3

URCB304        Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 4 3

URCB305        Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 5 3

URCB306        Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 6 3

URCB307        Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 7 3

URCB308        Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 8 3

Elective Requirement: 165 Units

URCB133        Pre-marital Counseling                    3 Units

URCB134        Christian Counseling Practices            3

URCB135        The Work of a Pastoral Counselor                 3

URCB136        Counseling Sick & Terminally ill           3

URCB137        Substance Abuse Counseling             2

URCB138        Personal Growth & Career Planning     3

URCB139        Counseling and Spiritual Authority                3

URCB140        Educational Christian Psychology                  3

URCB141        Abnormal Christian Psychology           3

URCB142        Bible Based Counseling                    3

URCB143        Christian Social Psychology                3

URCB144        Psychology of Biblical Counseling                  3

URCB145        Clinical Seminars                                      3

URCB146        Psychology Directed Research            3

URCB181        Crisis and Grief Counseling               3

URCB188        Introduction to Counseling Psychology 3

URCB190        Introduction to Psychology               3

URCB191        Personality Psychology                     3

URCB192        Developmental Psychology                3

URCB193        Social Psychology                           3

URCB194        Abnormal Psychology                      3

URCB195        Family Counseling                          3

URCB196        Cyber Counseling                                    3

URCB197        Children and Youth Counseling          3

URCB198        Adult and Senior Consulting             3

URCB199        Group Counseling                          3

URCB200        Mental Health                               3

URCB201        Industry Counseling                       3

URCB202        Psychological Testing                       3

URCB203        Counseling Case Study 1                           3

URCB204        Counseling Case Study 2                           3

URCB205        Counseling Practice 1                      3

URCB206        Counseling Practice 2                      3

URCB208        Introduction to Education                          3

URCB209        Introduction to Educational Psychology          3

URCB210        Learning Psychology                       3

URCB211        Sociology of Education                    3

URCB212        Parent Education                                     3

URCB213        Continuing Education                      3

URCB215        Multicultural Education                    3

URCB218        Career Guidance and Counseling                  3

URCB221        Understanding Youth                      3

URCB224        MT Hach table 1                                      3

URCB225        MT Hach table 2                                     3

URCB251        Education and Academic Counseling    3

URCB253        Family and Couples Counseling          3

URCB254        Faith and Death Counseling              3

URCB242        Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 1    3

URCB243        Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 2    3

URCB244        Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 3    3

URCB245        Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 4    3

URCB246        Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 5    3

URCB247        Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 6    3

URCB248        Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 7    3

URCB249        Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 8    3

Course Description (Bachelor of Religious Counseling Psychology)

URCB101 Intro to the Bible (3 units)

This course is an introduction to the historical, literary, and theological aspects of the Bible.  We will survey the central characters and events of biblical history, examine the variety of genres found in the Bible, and discuss key theological themes emphasized within the Bible.  Students will be introduced to methods of biblical criticism and interpretation that integrate skills developed in other disciplines.  The entire Bible – both Old and New Testaments – will be covered. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB102 Life in Bible Times (3 units)

This course introduces students to the resources and methodological principles for studying and applying the finds of Bible backgrounds as an integral part of the process of biblical interpretation. Emphasis is given to the geography, history, and culture of the ancient Near East for the Old Testament and the Jewish and Greco-Roman world for the New Testament. This course can be credited as a Bible elective (OT or NT), with the exception of Biblical Studies majors. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB103 Introduction to the New Testament (3 units)

A chronological Introduction to the New Testament people, places, and events, this course highlights the basic message of the New Testament books, their contribution to God’s redemptive storyline, and their significance for Christian thought and practice. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB101

URCB104 Introduction to the Old Testament (3 units)

A chronological Introduction to the Old Testament people, places, and events, this course highlights the basic message of the Old Testament books, their contribution to God’s redemptive storyline, and their significance for Christian thought and practice. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB101

URCB105 Introduction to Worship Service (3 units)

This course provides a framework for thinking together about vital and faithful Christian worship by exploring the Biblical and theological foundations of worship, reviewing the ways the church’s praise has been shaped over the centuries, and analyzing today’s worship spectrum. Key elements in the practice and leadership of worship will be explored including the ordering of worship, the role of prayer and music, and models of collaborative worship planning. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB106 Introduction to Counseling (3 units)

Recommended as initial course in a student’s program to serve as an introduction to the counseling profession. Roles of counselors and related professionals in various settings are presented. Professional goals and objectives; trends; professional associations; ethical and legal issues; history; credentialing; preparation standards for counselors; and essential interviewing and counseling skills, characteristics, and behaviors that influence helping processes are explored. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB107 Introduction to Missiology (3 units)

Missiology is the science of mission. It combines intercultural studies, anthropology, history, cross-cultural communications and theology. This introductory overview of the church’s global mission will include a look at biblical motivations, historical background and current strategies. This course does not seek to transform everyone into a global missionary. It will, however, seek to motivate everyone to be a mobilizer for the cause of world evangelism. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB103, URCB104

URCB108 Spiritual Life in Community (3 units)

What is spirituality? How is it formed in private and in community? This course explores the meaning of Biblical Christianity and its relation to faith and practice within contemporary cultural contexts, giving special attention to the corporate dimensions of spirituality and spiritual formation as defined in the New Testament. The lectures analyze and discuss those historical and cultural factors that have led to the privatization of Christianity, and develop a paradigm of spiritual growth and maturity that focuses on the assembly rather than the individual. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB109 Oral Communication (3 units)

This basic course in speech is designed to develop each student’s ability to communicate effectively in his or her academic, business, and social life. The major emphasis is on the preparation and delivery of formal speeches, but many areas of the communication process are explored. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB110 Introduction to Literature (3 units)

An introduction to reading and analyzing these primary genres of literature: fiction, poetry, and drama. The course may also include creative nonfiction. Students will respond critically to readings of different historical and cultural contexts through class discussion and written work. These contexts may include different world views, politics, classes, ethnicity, races, genders, and sexual orientations. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB111 Counseling Psychology (3 units)

Introduction to the practices and concepts of counseling. Theories of counseling are covered along with basic principles necessary to understand the role of the counselor. The applicability of counseling theories to male and female clients from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds and across the life span is examined. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB112 Biblical Interpretation (3 units)

A study of the methods of interpretation of the Bible with special attention to textual, historical and theological issues. . This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB113 Intro to the Torah (3 units)

An introduction to the first five books of Moses in the Hebrew Bible. Course will focus on the texts individually as well as corporately within the canon. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB104

URCB114 Church Minister to Adults (3 units)

This course is a study of the minister’s skills in church operations with attention given to such functions as funerals, the Lord’s Supper, weddings, baptisms, and dedications.. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB115 Church Administration (3 units)

This course is designed to hopefully get everyone on the same page so the church can accomplish the fulfilling of the Great Commission. Many new books and ideas are current to help us be more effective spreading the message with the same time honored commitments. Key among them are such books as Rick Warren’s “Purpose Driven Church.” Though the heart may be in the right place, the head may need some help. Developing good management skills will certainly not hurt and will hopefully help. Organization and leadership skills will be of paramount consideration. Many of the churches you and I are associated with are by nature and history small, but they do not all have to stay that way. With the understanding that much church administration will be done in a small rural, suburban or urban setting, leadership development will equip the pastor for that role, all the while hoping for the day when the smaller local church will blossom and have a far reaching ministry and impact. Some few will either be assigned a larger, more prestigious church or grow one with the blessings of charisma, skill and the Lord. This course and instructor can do little about the first and the last, but the skills acquired will undoubtedly be adequate for the confident leadership in small, medium and larger sized congregations. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB116 Introduction to Christian Education (3 units)

An introduction to the aims, methods and principles of Christian education, with special note given to educational-mission the field. Includes practice in planning the religious educational activities of the rural church. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB117 Evangelism (3 units)

This course is designed to prepare every student to share his/her faith boldly, without fear, in any and every situation publicly and privately; in addition, students will be prepared to teach and lead others in the biblical pursuit of evangelism for the glory of God. The course involves instructor-led evangelism outings outside the classroom. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB118 Missions (3 units)

A course designed to introduce the student to the biblical, theological, historical, and practical bases for Christian missions. Special attention is given to contemporary issues in missions as well as current ways to do missions. Recognizing the responsibility of all Christians to complete Christ’s commission, this course gives an overview of the strategic and historical progress of worldwide missions today. The ways in which a local congregation can fulfill its worldwide biblical mandate are also considered. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB119 Introduction to Sociology (3 units)

This course provides a broad overview of sociology and how it applies to everyday life. Major theoretical perspectives and concepts are presented, including sociological imagination, culture, deviance, inequality, social change, and social structure. Students also explore the influence of social class and social institutions, such as churches, education, healthcare, government, economy, and environment. The family as a social structure is also examined. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB120 Introduction to Ethics (3 units)

This course provides an introduction to those problems of philosophy that are problems of moral philosophy, or ethics. We will begin by examining certain problems that arise when we try to make moral judgments: problems such as cultural relativism (“What’s right for us is not necessarily right for them”), subjectivism (“What’s right for me is not necessarily right for you”), and the role of religion in morality (e.g., “What’s right is just what God says is right”). Second, we will consider several historically important and still-prominent theoretical approaches to ethics that purport (most of them, anyway) to provide systematic procedures for answering questions about right and wrong. In the third and final part of the course we will consider more concretely a variety of important moral issues such as famine relief, animal rights, euthanasia, and abortion. Throughout, we will seek not so much to form judgments about specific moral issues—most of us do that on our own anyway, albeit with varying degrees of certitude—but to improve our thinking about the considerations that may count as reasons for and against the moral judgments we are tempted to make. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB121 Introduction to Philosophy (3 units)

This course will introduce you to some of the main areas of research in contemporary philosophy. Each module a different philosopher will talk you through some of the most important questions and issues in their area of expertise. We’ll begin by trying to understand what philosophy is – what are its characteristic aims and methods, and how does it differ from other subjects? Then we’ll spend the rest of the course gaining an introductory overview of several different areas of philosophy. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB234-241 Religious Special Seminars 1-8 (3 units)

Religion is the most complex of human cultural phenomena. Therefore, religious research is naturally possible in all areas of humanities and social sciences and interdisciplinary research. Through religious studies, we can study more detailed counseling psychology. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB311-318 Christian Studies Special Seminars 1-8 (3 units)

Christianity is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, also known by Christians as the Christ. It is the world’s largest religion, with over 2.4 billion followers, or 33% of the global population, making up a majority of the population in about two-thirds of the countries in the world. We learn the background of the birth of Christianity and what its effect on our lives. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB122 Introduction to Christian Counseling (3 units)

This is a survey course of Christian approaches to the field of counseling focusing on paradigms and models. It is also concerned with counseling strategies that can be implemented in ministry. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB123 Effective Counseling Skills (3 units)

A beginning examination of Biblical counseling to assist the student in helping others find God’s purpose for their lives and a study of the difference between secular counseling and Biblical counseling. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB124 Marriage and Family Counseling (3 units)

This is a study of the foundation of a successful marriage and the basic building block of the family, and the church. Also examined are counseling methods used with married couples undergoing conflicts, child nurturing and disciplining, and cross cultural ramifications. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB125 Crisis Counseling (3 units)

This course is designed to examine major stress and crisis from birth to death. Attention is given to programmatic responses to crisis. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB126 Addictions Counseling (3 units)

This course is designed to teach the dynamics involved in addictive behavior. It includes focusing on the root of the problem, not just the symptoms. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB127 Counseling Domestic Violence (3 units)

Victims and abusers both need help in domestic violence situations. The student is trained in the skills necessary to detect, intervene and counsel people involved in domestic violence. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB128 Psychology of Religion (3 units)

A study of the various theories in psychology of religion, verifiable principles, and the implications of the discipline of psychology that are offered as viewed from a Christian perspective. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB111

URCB129 Developmental Psychology (3 units)

It is a study of the processes of human growth and developing patterns of behavior throughout the lifespan. Particular emphasis will be placed on the physical, mental, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growth of the individual. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB130 Cognitive Psychology (3 units)

This course will highlight the theory and practice of cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal, experiential, and solution focused models. Assessment, intervention and self-management strategies through this approach will be emphasized. Application of cognitive and behavioral techniques to human problems will be discussed from a Christian perspective, with a focus on the belief system of the individuals. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB131 Psychology & Theology (3 units)

This course will help the student compare and contrast the fields of psychology and theology to better understand how these disciplines interrelate. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB132 Christian Psychology (3 units)

An introductory course in psychology. Study includes heredity, environment,

personality, emotions, adjustment, perception, and the learning process. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB111

URCB226-233 Multiple Talent 1-8 (3 units)

Humans have long studied why people are psychologically different. However, they did not get a definite answer. Multiple talent is psychology that helps us understand the innate psychological talent given by God. Learn systematically what Multiple talent is. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB301-308 Multiple Talent Counseling Practicum 1-8 (3 units)

Multiple talent is psychology that helps us understand the innate psychological talent given by God. Multiple talent essentially analyzes the cause of conflict between humans. Learn how to counsel using Multiple talent. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB133 Pre-marital Counseling (3 units)

No couple should get married without pre-marital counseling. This course will give guidelines for conducting a four to six session counseling program. You will learn ways to deal tactfully with couples who don’t want counseling and with Christian and non-Christians who want to marry. Topics discussed such as in-laws, finances, spiritual life, sex, and more. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB134 Christian Counseling Practices (3 units)

A survey of the history of counseling theories and methods within and outside the church will be a foundational part of this class. A relatively detailed study of Biblical psychoanalytic, behavioral and third force counseling theory will be undertaken. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB122

URCB135 The Work of a Pastoral Counselor (3 units)

Introduction to Pastoral counseling, prolegomenon to a History of Pastoral Counseling. Directions in Pastoral Counseling. Spiritual and Personal Maturity. An approach to facilitating Psycho-spiritual growth. Counter-transference and burnout in Pastoral counseling. The counseling relationship. Assessment in Pastoral Care. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB136 Counseling Sick & Terminally ill (3 units)

Helps Christian counselors learn more about the process of health care today, understand patient and family responses to illness, give appropriate counsel for special medical situations, and encourage churches in establishing health care ministries. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB137 Substance Abuse Counseling (3 units)

Explores the variety of chemically dependent people; analyze patterns of addictive behavior, effects on work, performance, responsibility, intimacy. Learn the most successful counseling skills to assist in breaking addictive behavior. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB138 Personal Growth & Career Planning (3 units)

Overview of current career programs. Analyses of essential theories in career & vocational guidance, counseling of the handicapped, women, and elderly. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB139 Counseling and Spiritual Authority (3 units)

Biblical principles and the Holy Spirit’s power. Demonic influence and control will be examined. The way spiritual authority can be obtained and used.. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB140 Educational Christian Psychology (3 units)

A study of the nature of learning and of the learner. The course moves from a consideration of the physical views of learning processes to the findings of modern experimentation.. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB141 Abnormal Christian Psychology (3 units)

This course is designed to study personality deviation and behavior disorders. The student is acquainted with the nature of the major types of mental disorders, the theories of etiology, and an exposition of the various methods of treatment. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB142 Bible Based Counseling (3 units)

This study concerns methods and characteristic subjects likely to be of concern to the ministerial and professional counselor. The many aspects of working with individuals are investigated by means of case method and research. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB143 Christian Social Psychology (3 units)

A survey of phenomena that affect individual social behavior. Topics include attitudes, affiliation, aggression, altruism, person perception, social interaction, social influence and group dynamics. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB119

URCB144 Psychology of Biblical Counseling (3 units)

This is an exploratory course into the methods and applications of the Bible in psychological counseling. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: None

URCB145 Clinical Seminars (3 units)

This course allows the student to attend a workshop or seminar in psychology of his own choosing. The approach and content of the seminar will be worked out in consultation with the students Academic Advisor. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB122, URCB132

URCB146 Psychology Directed Research (3 units)

This course allows the student to research a problem or an aspect of psychology of his own choosing. The approach and content of the research will be worked out in consultation with the students Academic Advisor. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisites: URCB122, URCB132

URCB181 Crisis and Grief Counseling (3 units)

An examination of the dynamics of a crisis or disaster, the recommended steps in crisis intervention, disaster mental health, and the role of the church in prevention as well as in a caring response. An examination of the dynamics within the person, family and community when severe or terminal illness has been diagnosed or the bereavement process has been initiated. The course also includes methods and resources for helping. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB188 Introduction to Counseling Psychology (3 units)

This course focuses on the field of psychology that focuses on the development of mental health of individuals in development, the purpose and method of counseling, the training of counselors, and the nature of counseling. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB190 Introduction to Psychology (3 units)

This course focuses on one area of experiential science that scientifically studies human behavior and psychological processes. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB191 Personality Psychology (3 units)

Describe the definition of personality, learn the factors of personality formation and its process, the theory and classification of personality with different viewpoints among scholars, diagnosis and measurement methods. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB192 Developmental Psychology (3 units)

We will study the physical, psychological, and social changes through human life, the historical changes in developmental stages and stages, and the effects of heredity and environment through research methods of developmental psychology. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB193 Social Psychology (3 units)

Learn how to think scientifically about how people’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are affected by the existence of other people who are actually present, imagined, or implied. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB194 Abnormal Psychology (3 units)

Students will learn about systematically and scientifically studied abnormal behavior and mental disorders. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB195 Family Counseling (3 units)

Students will learn how to provide professional help to individuals and families to live a healthy and functional life by improving interpersonal skills and adaptive skills by changing the structure and interactions of family members. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB196 Cyber Counseling (3 units)

The concept and history of cyber counseling, the theoretical background, the techniques of cyber counseling, and the effects and prospects are studied. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB197 Children and Youth Counseling (3 units)

Students will study various academic, institutional and practical changes in counseling for infants and young children. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB198 Adult and Senior Consulting (3 units)

Students will study various academic, institutional and practical changes in adult and geriatric counseling. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB199 Group Counseling (3 units)

This course focuses on the study of a form of counseling that solves individual problems through small group experiences. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB200 Mental Health (3 units)

Based on psychiatry, we aim to understand the principles and knowledge necessary to promote mental health and prevent mental illness by applying hygienic knowledge and techniques. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB201 Industry Counseling (3 units)

Understand the problems of the workers according to the work environment of the company and learn counseling for workers to receive professional help for mental health. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB202 Psychological Testing (3 units)

This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the individual’s intelligence, personality, and psychology. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB203 Counseling Case Study 1 (3 units)

It deals with counseling and cases for each topic and analyzes and summarizes the counseling process through the basic data of the client. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB204 Counseling Case Study 2 (3 units)

It deals with counseling and cases for each topic and analyzes and summarizes the counseling process through the basic data of the client. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB205 Counseling Practice 1 (3 units)

Learn practical counseling skills about counseling process and steps. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB206 Counseling Practice 2 (3 units)

Learn practical counseling skills about counseling process and steps. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB208 Introduction to Education (3 units)

Understand the nature of education and identify the phenomenon of education from a variety of perspectives, and learn how to have professional knowledge and skills. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB209 Introduction to Educational Psychology (3 units)

Students will learn the effects of education by studying various problems in the course of education in terms of psychology, establishing principles and presenting methods. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB210 Learning Psychology (3 units)

Learning about experiment and hypothesis verification and learning condition about change and principle of human or animal behavior through learning. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB211 Sociology of Education (3 units)

Students will learn about the educational phenomenon through sociological approach how education affects education and mutual influence in social structure. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB212 Parent Education (3 units)

refers to all sorts of educational techniques or actions to change the role of parents in order to perform well, and aims at a kind of adult education for adults. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB213 Continuing Education (3 units)

Students will learn not only school education but also education that should be organized into lifelong education such as home education and social education. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB215 Multicultural Education (3 units)

The content of this course is to provide students with diverse cultural, ethnic, gender, and social classes and learners with equal educational opportunities and positive cultural exchange attitudes and awareness. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB218 Career Guidance and Counseling (3 units)

It focuses on the knowledge and understanding necessary for choosing a career path or school, or an aptitude diagnostic training. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB221 Understanding Youth (3 units)

Students will learn the concept and developmental theory of adolescents, characteristics of adolescence and social environment. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB224 MT Hach table 1 (3 units)

Focuses on creative thinking, effective discussion, and education to become a question debate learner. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB225 MT Hach table 2 (3 units)

Focuses on creative thinking, effective discussion, and education to become a question debate learner. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB251 Education and Academic Counseling (3 units)

Learn how to help through counseling to overcome problems related to education and learning. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB253 Family and Couples Counseling (3 units)

This course focuses on the relationship between family members and learns how to improve the family by changing the family system. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB254 Faith and Death Counseling (3 units)

It is aimed at the theme of life and death, the wisdom to find in life, and the consultation in terms of faith to design happy death. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None

URCB242-249 Face Analysis Behavior Psychology 1-9 (3 units)

Face Analysis Behavior Psychology’ systematically analyzes the body and behavior of the person created by God, the Almighty, and identifies the psychology of the person, such as his or her facial form and behavior, through statistics. God created each person differently, but he studied the similarities in a modern way so that each one realizes what life is appropriate for his purpose in which he created himself. This course is designed for 3 units of theory for 45 hours. Prerequisite: None