A Chaplain is a provider of spiritual/pastoral care to individuals, families, and leaders within communities of healthcare, education, professional, military, prison, and more.
Our Chaplains are volunteers, licensed, and commissioned to provide support and confidential advise within our educational, military, prison, and health care institutions.
Candidates for our Chaplain License are listed below:
· demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication skills,
· complete all required reading and submit all required assignments and assessments.
· complete all required courses with the minimum score of 80% average for each course.
The candidate cannot miss no more than 20% lecture hours.
NOTE: Candidates with a Bachelors, Masters, or Doctor in Ministry or Religious Degrees will be reviewed to determine of credits can be transferred towards the course work requirements.
Each candidate must:
· perform chaplain ordinances that support individuals and families in their community and through difficult or crisis situations,
· participate in a collaborative project or publishable written document.
· participate in human rights / social justice causes that promote equity and equality to all mankind.
· complete the minimum required practicum hours at an approved location, facility, or with an approved organization; or complete an individual published product which will be equivalent to 25 hours towards their Applied Ministry Practicum.
To enroll into our chaplain program, please contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our enrollment officers.