Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology - Theology
About the program:
What you will learn:
Some of the most successful programs to help people overcome problems combine the science of psychology with biblical truths. This is because religion and theology help unlock the mysteries of human psychology and spirituality. Queens College Ph.D. in Psychology – Theology provides a specialized course of study that can help you gain the research skills necessary to understand, use, and produce research in human behavior to solve real-world problems.
Our online psychology and theology degree provides rigorous research training that can prepare you for a career helping others in church and ministry settings or teaching and conducting research at colleges and universities. This program is ideal for students who want to bring new knowledge of human behavior to the field and help find new ways to address wide-reaching social issues from a biblical worldview.
To complete the coursework, each course will have an assigned book in which you will be expected to summarize, and then complete a reflection assessment to determine course comprehension. After your coursework is completed, you will be assigned a Dissertation supervisor. From there, your academic research begins. With approval from your supervisor, you will begin to conduct research in any topic of your choosing as long as it is a well-grounded critical approach to psychological research and theory while integrating a biblical worldview into approaches to current issues in psychology
Queens College of Theology online Ph.D. in Psychology - Theology program is designed to build on your previous study and experience in human psychology while integrating theological research. As a research degree, the purpose of this program is to produce scholars who are equipped to evaluate and produce research. The theology area of study focuses on integrating different research and theological methods to produce original works and thought regarding psychological phenomena.
What can do with a Ph.D. in Psychology?
Graduates of our program can pursue work in a variety of educational, research, or corporate settings. Graduates can be qualified to pursue jobs that meaningfully impact individual and societal change through research, writing, project management, or leading programs.
Some of the positions you may qualify for with this degree include:
Childhood Disorder Treatments
Christian Meditation Treatments
Clinical Counseling Theologies
Christian Counseling II
Degree programs of study offered by Queens College of Theology have been declared by the appropriate state authority exempt from the requirements for licensure, under provisions of North Carolina Statues Section (G.S.) 116-15 (d) for exemption from licensure with respect to religious education. Exemption from licensure is not based upon assessment of program quality under established licensing standards. To read more about this exemption, you can click here. As of right now, we are not pursuing an accreditation status by an agency approved by the Department of Education. We are pursuing accreditation by religious organizations to ensure our programs of study remain respected amongst the Christian vocation.