After completing this program, students will: 

  •  Articulate and evaluate issues of biblical interpretation, doctrine, and church history in order to distinguish God’s law and gospel in proclamation, teaching, and pastoral care.

  • Understand issues in philosophy and ethics within a pluralistic context from a theological perspective grounded in the centrality of Jesus Christ.

  • Articulate a theology of and demonstrate ability in the area of family ministry.

  • Gain chaplaincy experience in both military as well as civilian settings as outlined in the contextual education handbook and evaluate their own strengths and weakness, determining areas for future growth.

  • Analyze and synthesize theological formulations with a spirit of openness and mutual respect



Program Learning Outcomes

Master of Ministry in Chaplaincy

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