MACC Students

Admission to the Master of Arts in Christian Counseling-CMH or Master of Arts in Christian Counseling-MFT programs is a two-phase process. Both phases must be completed in order to be considered for admission to the degree program. 

Further information regarding the MACC degree program requirements, completion time, licensure and other details can be found on the degree program page.

Phase 1 - Application

Prospective MACC students must submit a full application, as described in our application procedures. The full application and all required components must be received before permission to continue with Phase 2 can be granted. To be considered for admission, applicants must have a completed application in the Admissions office by the appropriate application deadline.

Once all components of your application are received, the application is reviewed for permission to continue with phase 2 of the admissions process. Permission to continue to Phase 2 does not guarantee admission to the seminary or the MACC degree programs.

Phase 2 - Interviews/Psychological Assessments

If approved, the Admissions Office will notify applicants in writing to confirm their date for interviews and assessments. On the scheduled day, applicants must plan to be at the Charlotte campus between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. complete the personal interview, a group interview, and a series of standard psychological assessments. Time is allotted for a lunch break and food is provided. Space is limited; applicants are encouraged to plan ahead and ensure they are available for interviews/psychological assessments on the scheduled date.

Applicants will not be given the results of their psychological assessments. 

Final admissions decisions will be sent via USPS mail and email.