Master of Arts in Chaplaincy

Description: 

The M.A. in Chaplaincy provides you with specialized skills to perform the pastoral, caregiver, emotional, and spiritual support roles of a chaplain. It prepares you to serve as a chaplain in a military, institutional, or organizational context.

Objectives:

This program will equip you to:

  • Apply the biblical, theological, and doxological aspects of chaplaincy in pluralistic settings
  • Practice a ministry of God’s presence internally and be a bearer of God’s presence to others
  • Practice biblical leadership and ministry skills that display God’s presence

Opportunities:

Potential ministry opportunities for program graduates include serving as a:

  • Corporate chaplain
  • Military chaplain
  • Healthcare chaplain
  • Public safety chaplain
  • Institutional chaplain
  • Sports chaplain
  • Educational chaplain
  • Disaster relief chaplain

Review our course requirements and begin the application process.

Featured Faculty: 
Steven A. Johnson
Assistant Professor of Ministry Care

B.A., Indiana University (chemistry & psychology); M.S., Indiana University (philosophy); M.A., Christian Theological Seminary (marriage & family therapy); Ph.D., Indiana University (philosophy); ScD, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania (evidence-based psychotherapy)

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A photo of Michael Langston, professor of Chaplain Ministries at CIU. Michael W. Langston
Professor of Chaplain Ministries

B.S., University of Louisiana; M.A., The Naval War College; M.Div., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; D. Min., Bethel Theological Seminary 

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A photo of Rhonda Pruitt, a professor at CIU. Rhonda Pruitt
Professor of Missionary Care
B.S., Holmes College of the Bible; M.A.C.E., Columbia International University; M.Ed., Regent University

 

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