Get the training you need for professional Christian Community Chaplaincy Ministry in secular settings such as the workplace, campus, sports, and first responder venues.
Through the Master of Divinity (M.Div.): Community Chaplaincy degree, you’ll get the core values, knowledge, and skills you need to serve in professional Christian ministry effectively. This degree will prepare you through in-depth study of biblical leadership principles and strategies as well as intensive study of the Scriptures and essential truths of the Christian faith.
Through the Community Chaplaincy cognate, you’ll also prepare for chaplaincy ministries in private organizations, in the local church, and para-church settings. With this degree, you’ll have the opportunity to:
The program benefits pastors and ministry leaders who seek a firm scriptural foundation for service in Christian ministry. The Rawlings School of Divinity offers over 20 different M.Div. concentrations to choose from. The M.Div. is the basis for most School of Divinity doctoral programs.
The decision between a thesis track and a non-thesis track generally revolves around your interest in future Ph.D. work. Many credible Ph.D. programs will not accept a student who has not already completed a thesis. Students not interested in a future Ph.D. have the option of choosing the non-thesis track.
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93 total credit hours
Find M.Div. in Community Chaplaincy admissions requirements, transfer information, and accreditation on the Residential Admissions site.