It is a bit difficult to share an estimated salary because your salary depends on the institution you choose to enter. With a Biblical Counseling degree, you may qualify to be a Biblical Counselor or Pastor at the local church, be a chaplain in the hospital or hospice (though hospital will require CPE credits), or work at a Christian University/Seminary. Unfortunately, you cannot do military chaplaincy because you would need a graduate level degree.
If you wanted to do one on one counseling in a therapy setting, you will have to pursue higher education to become a LMFT (Licensed Marital and Family Therapist) or psychologist by pursuing a Masters in MFT, PhD, or PsyD.
If you could specify which industry you'd like to enter or what type of counselor you'd like to be, I can provide a clearer answer regarding salary.
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