Who Takes CCEF Courses?
Our students join our Philadelphia campus from all over the world. Our students have a vast spectrum of experiences. They are youth workers, small group leaders, pastors, medical doctors, home-school parents, lay people who want to be better equipped to help friends, those who will go on to be professional counselors, and many others. Our classes are designed for anyone who wants to grow in biblical wisdom, learning to see life as God sees it and change as God does it.
What Can I Do with a CCEF Education?
Courses at this campus may be taken individually, toward CCEF certificates, or toward a master’s degree in counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary. These courses and certificates are designed to help you minister more effectively regardless of your professional goals or current occupation. Some of our students have gone on to be full-time professional counselors. Many other students have taken these courses to prepare for church ministry and other professions. No matter your calling, CCEF courses can help you grow in effectiveness in your ministry.
What Is the Philadelphia Campus?
Courses on our Philadelphia campus are taught by CCEF Faculty and lecturers in a traditional classroom. Here you will learn in a community with other students from CCEF and Westminster Theological Seminary. Courses are taught over a normal semester schedule, with each course taking place at a specific day and time of the week. View our course schedule here [link] to see which courses are offered this coming semester. Over a two year period, all 13 CCEF courses are offered at our Philadelphia campus.
Combine CCEF Courses with a Seminary Degree
CCEF has a long-standing partnership with Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. Up to five CCEF courses can be transferred into Westminster Theological Seminary and applied toward a master’s degree program. If you would like more information about transferring courses into Westminster Theological Seminary, contact us at: email@example.com or (215) 690-9164. Visit WTS to learn more about the counseling programs offered at Westminster Theological Seminary.
Academic Policies and Additional Information
A student handbook is available on our website here. Please take time to review this handbook, which contains information regarding grading standards and various policies and procedures for course administration, such as extensions for assignments or withdrawing from a course.