ACADC-I / New Gate College – Degree Programs

 

Associate of Biblical Addictions Counseling

Upon completion of 60 hours of training, all students are eligible to undertake an approved counseling, ministry, or research project to earn an ACADC Institute Associates Degree in Christian Drug, Alcohol and Addictions Counseling. A transcript showing completion of an Associates Degree from another institution will be accepted for evaluation and can be applied towards completion of this degree.


Bachelor of Biblical Addictions Counseling

Upon completion of 155 hours of classroom training, all students are required to complete an approved counseling, ministry, or research project to earn an ACADC Institute Bachelors Degree in Biblical Addictions Counseling. A transcript showing completion of a Bachelors Degree from another institution will be evaluated and applied towards completion of this requirement.


Master of Biblical Addictions Counseling

Upon completion of 350 hours of ACADC Institute graduate courses and a 70% or higher score on the CDAAC Exam, the student is eligible to submit a Master Thesis contributing to the Drug, Alcohol, and Addictions counseling field. A transcript showing completion of a graduate degree from another institution will be evaluated and applied toward completion of this requirement.

Doctor of Biblical Addictions Counseling

Requires a Masters Degree in SUD/AMHP or Addictions Counseling, 60 hours of post graduate specific SUD study, an empirical research project using scientific research methodology validating the effectiveness of bible-based recovery programs, and evidencing spiritual fruit in furthering God-purposed ministry. This program requires the writing and publishing of a research dissertation that will help further Kingdom ministry, and a 70% or higher score on the CDAAC Exam. A transcript showing completion of a graduate degree from another institution will be evaluated and applied toward completion of this requirement.