The GTU's Interreligious Chaplaincy Program has two tracks:
Track One is a 72-credit program comprised of a 24-credit Certificate in Interreligious Chaplaincy and a 48-credit Master of Arts in coordination with a GTU academic center devoted to the study of a religious tradition underrepresented among institutional chaplains (Islam, Judaism, and Hinduism). Learn more about the GTU MA Program (including application requirements) here.
This track may be pursued on either a full- or part-time basis. If part-time, the program must be completed within two years.
Track Two is a 24-credit interreligious chaplaincy certificate program that includes three credits for one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE). GTU students and graduates (MA and Ph.D.) are encouraged to apply. The acceptance of non-GTU graduates to the certificate program is at the discretion of the program director.
Learn more about course requirements for the Certificate in Interreligious Chaplaincy.
Application requirements for track two, the certificate program:
- MA from the GTU or equivalent peer institution, OR any other MA program with approval of the program director
- Letter of recommendation from peer in spiritual care field, religious leader or faculty member OR interview with program director
- Select an affiliation with one of the three program tracks: Judaism, Hinduism, Islam