Richmont Graduate University School of Counseling provides graduate programs that integrate counselor education and Christian faith. We are committed to academic and clinical excellence through educating counselors to be spiritually sensitive practitioners.

This course, created for Online Course developers, will provide participants with the experience of being an online student; familiarize course developers and instructors with the language and conversation around online learning in higher ed and in theological settings; and recommend the application of pedagogically sound design and development approaches. The course will also familiarize participants in the suite of online tools that will be used to deliver instruction online. 

The intent of this course is to ready course designers, builders, and facilitators to deliver significant learning experiences for students attending Richmont online.

This course, created for Online Course developers, will provide participants with the experience of being an online student; familiarize course developers and instructors with the language and conversation around online learning in higher ed and in theological settings; and recommend the application of pedagogically sound design and development approaches. The course will also familiarize participants in the suite of online tools that will be used to deliver instruction online. 

The intent of this course is to ready course designers, builders, and facilitators to deliver significant learning experiences for students attending Richmont online.

Lifestyle & Career Development includes an examination of various factors influencing career choice and career development over the lifespan, including individual, cultural, and sociological factors. Emphasis is placed on approaches that aid conceptualization of healthy development in career planning and decision making. Counseling strategies to address career struggles, including interrelationships between work, family, and life roles are addressed. Also, included is the use of career information systems, computer-based information systems; and vocational assessment instruments. The counselor's role as an advocate for the profession also is addressed. At the discretion of the professor, students may be required to pay a nominal fee for individual vocational assessments. This course is part of the Richmont Career Mapping Sequence. 

This course, created for Online Course developers, will provide participants with the experience of being an online student; familiarize course developers and instructors with the language and conversation around online learning in higher ed and in theological settings; and recommend the application of pedagogically sound design and development approaches. The course will also familiarize participants in the suite of online tools that will be used to deliver instruction online. 

The intent of this course is to ready course designers, builders, and facilitators to deliver significant learning experiences for students attending Richmont online.

Students survey the theories of human, cognitive, social, learning, and personality development with comparative review and emphasis on roles of family, school, and community. The course includes significant content on individual development within the context of family development across the lifespan.