To qualify for admission to the Bachelor of Theology (Honours) with a Counselling Concentration, a candidate must have maintained an above-average grade in their undergraduate degree. Additionally, a candidate must meet the following admission requirements:
- A BTh with a Counselling Concentration from SATS
- An accredited Bachelor of Theology or cognate qualification plus the Higher Certificate in Christian Counselling or cognitive counselling training.
- An accredited Bachelor degree in another field (e.g. psychology) accompanied by an accredited Certificate or Diploma in Theology and a Higher Certificate in Christian Counselling.
* If you have a non-theological Bachelor degree, you can do the required theology and counselling bridging coursework with SATS to gain access to the BTh Honours with a Counselling Concentration.
* Students with a Higher Certificate in Christian Counselling (or equivalent) that do not have a B.Th. will have to register for the B.Th. with a Counselling concentration and only 60CH of the HCCC could be transferred.
* Students who have a bachelors without the required theological courses, and have completed the HCCC, will have to complete the Higher Certificate in Christian Life, or a MDiv before being allowed to do the B.Th. Honours with a counselling concentration.
Submit your application to determine if you qualify to study with us.