Perth Bible College (PBC) offers a Bachelor of Counselling through a Partnership arrangement with Australian College of Christian Studies (ACCS). ACCS is an accredited Higher Education Provider (Provider ID: PRV12047).
The Bachelor of Counselling is a comprehensive biblically grounded and practically driven counselling course which equips students to bring significant and tangible change to the individual lives of those entrusted into their care. Upon course completion, graduates are eligible to become registered counsellors with the Australian Counselling Association (ACA). This could lead to a career in professional or pastoral counselling.
By integrating biblical theology, psychology and counselling theory and practices, students will gain confidence in their ability to effectively facilitate transformation, enabling clients to work through challenging life issues in a relationally-centred way. In understanding the various complexities which impact a diverse range of people, students will be professionally equipped to counsel clients holistically by engaging social, emotional, mental, spiritual and cultural needs in light of the gospel. Students will graduate with the theoretical and practical skills that are undergirded by a Christian ethos and worldview.
- Professional Counsellor (Registered with the Australian Counselling Association (ACA)
- Pastoral Counsellor
- Youth Worker
- Social Welfare
|ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:||Every candidate must:
All students will also be required to demonstrate English Proficiency, which is equivalent to an academic IELTS band of 6.5 overall with a minimum of 6.0 in each subset. This can be demonstrated by either:
|ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS:||Every candidate must either:
|DURATION:||3 years full time, or a maximum of 10 years part-time.|
|STRUCTURE:||The course structure is based on 6 semesters (each 15 week duration), with 4 units taught in each semester. It comprises of:
Each unit carries 3 credit points and graduates require a total of 72 credit points to successfully complete the course.
Other PBC units accepted for elective credit:
Students may exit the course at any given moment, and will receive a Statement of Attainment with a list of all the completed units. When a student completes all the requirements of the course, they will be awarded with the Bachelor of Counselling.
Want to know more?
Bachelor of Counselling Admissions Information is available at: https://www.ccs.edu.au/counselling-and-chaplaincy/bachelor-of-social-science/
Relevant ACCS Policies
- English Language Requirements
- Student Application and Admission Policy
- Engagement Prior to Enrolment Policy
- Refunds for Overseas Students
- Overseas Students Student Support Services
- Grievance, Complaints and Appeals Policy
- Marketing Policy
- ACCS International Student Handbook and Guide
- Transfer of Provider Policy
- Formalisation of Enrolment and Written Agreements Policy
- International Student Checklist
- Progress Completion and Attendance Policy
If you intend to apply for the Bachelor of Counselling, please apply online here.
|CRICOS Course Details|
|Course Name||Bachelor of Counselling|
|CRICOS Course Code||0101040|
|Course Sector||HE (Higher Education)|
|CRICOS Provider||Australian College of Christian Studies|
|CRICOS Provider Code||03375M|