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An MDiv concentration that introduces students to the breadth of contexts in which they can serve in caregiving ministry while also providing depth in the practices of spiritual care.

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Candler students enrolled in the Master of Divinity (MDiv) degree program may select a concentration in Chaplaincy to focus their studies and experiences while in seminary. The Chaplaincy concentration introduces students to the breadth of contexts in which caregiving ministries take place and provides in-depth preparation in practices of spiritual care through coursework and hands-on experiential learning. This concentration is ideal for those who are exploring vocations in chaplaincy or spiritual direction, eventual pursuit of licensing as a pastoral counselor, or roles in nonprofit and community organizations that involve direct care or significant attention to spiritual needs. Find out more details about concentration requirements.

  • NT622/NT 622CEE The New Testament and Healing
  • ST605 Providence, Evil and Suffering
  • ES652 Health Care Ethics
  • ES671 Skills in Conflict Transformation I & II
  • ES674 Approaches to Criminal Justice Ministry
  • ES678 The Morality of Peace and War
  • SR536 Religion and Health in Context: HIV
  • SR650 Faith and Healing: Transforming Communities
  • PC628 Care for Marginalized Populations
  • PC 645/WR 645 Spiritual Care in African Religious Traditions
  • PC650/PC 640CEE International Perspectives on Pastoral Care