The Bachelor of Counselling (Korean) is a three-year or part time equivalent award taught fully in Korean language. This is a comprehensive course where students will learn to explore and integrate biblical and psychological principles, and arrive at a position of readiness and experience that will help clients work through problem issues with a realistic worldview and an increased ability to think, feel and respond in an effective way..
Students develop an understanding of the complex social and cultural issues that challenge every age group. By engaging in and developing counselling knowledge and skills, students will graduate equipped to be a counsellor in diverse contexts, with theoretical and practical skills that are undergirded by a strong Christian ethos
Our counselling courses equip caring students to become proficient and influential change makers in individual lives.
Three years full-time or part-time equivalent
Study counselling, psychology and electives
Comprehensive course majoring in Counselling or Chaplaincy
Available online or in-class
The Bachelor of Counselling (Korean) is for students wanting to find careers in counselling.
Course ID: CRS1200505
Course Level: Undergraduate
Number of Subject: 24
Total Credit Points: 144
Fees: Up-front and FEE-HELP
Scholarships Available: No
Modes of Delivery
Online or in-class
- Prospective Korean students’ studying the Bachelor of Counselling (Korean) are expected to have spoken and written Korean appropriate for the pursuit of tertiary studies (Korean High School Graduation). The applicant’s proficiency in this case will be assessed by the Korean Head of Counselling, or
- Satisfactory completion of an award from a Korean university in the Korean language, or
- Have proficiency in the Korean language equivalent to level 5, for entry into Undergraduate programs on the 6 level Yonsei University Korean language Test
- Mature students (21 years or older) are encouraged to contact the Head of Counselling – Korean to discuss the program.
- All Korean students will be required to complete an English proficiency test at the time of application, unless English language test results can be produced. An interview will be conducted by the Head of Counselling – Korean to ensure suitability for the course. It should be noted that the Bachelor of Counselling (Korean) is not available to International students.
It is College policy that all written assessments must be submitted via the College’s e-learning site. Students will be required to access ACCS’ online learning portal – Moodle, students are advised prior to enrolment that computer literacy and computer access are necessary.
- 3 years full-time study, or 6 years part-time
- Must be completed within 9 years
- Generally 9 hours per week per subject is required to do well, which includes lectures, readings and assignments.
Suggested Subject Progression
FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS
Critical Thinking and Writing Skills
Counselling Skills 1
Introduction to Marriage and Family Counselling
World Views and Counselling
Human Lifespan Development
Introduction to Counselling Theories and Practice
SECOND YEAR SUBJECTS
Counselling Skills 2
Grief and Loss Counselling Theory and Practice
Marriage and Family Therapies (Theory & Practice)
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Christian Theology
CBT / DFT / EFT
THIRD YEAR SUBJECTS
Major in Counselling
Counselling Practicum (2 trimesters)
Introduction to Group Work
Crisis Intervention/Trauma Counselling
Narrative Therapy and Positive Psychology