The Spiritual Care/Chaplaincy Track is designed to give graduates a basic foundation for a variety of roles in spiritual care or chaplaincy ministries. (1)
The requirements for the Certificate in Spiritual Care/Chaplaincy embedded in this degree are part of a collaborative graduate program and will require some courses to be taken from participating sister schools in Alberta. (2)
(1) It should be recognized that some employment contexts (e.g., Alberta Health Services) and some professional certifications may require additional training (e.g., Clinical Pastoral Education).
(2) The participating graduate schools for the collaborative Certificate in Spiritual Care/Chaplaincy are Canadian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ambrose Seminary, Newman Theological College and St. Stephens College, all of which are located in Alberta.
|MCMin -Spiritual Care/Chaplaincy|
|Biblical & Theological Studies|
|2B1311||Old Testament I||3|
|2B1312||Old Testament II||3|
|2B2311||New Testament I||3|
|2B2312||New Testament II||3|
|2T1311||Christian Theology I||3|
|2T1312||Christian Theology II||3|
|2C3321||Biblical Counselling SC/C||3|
|2P3331||Spiritual Leadership SC/C||3|
|2C3343||Dealing with Conflict SC/C||3|
|2P3315||Spiritual Formation SC/C||3|
|Consortium Courses **|
|Basic Spiritual Care||3|
|2P3341||Capstone Ministry I SC/C||3|
|2P2242||Capstone Ministry II||2|
|Total credits hours MCMin Applied Ministry||55|
** these 3 courses are offered through sister institutions in Alberta with whom CBT is partnering to offer the Spiritual Care Certificate.
Recognized by the Province of Alberta. Accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), click here to learn more, and the Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE), learn more here.