The first of its kind, GTU’s interreligious chaplaincy program equips leaders to practice spiritual care among a diverse population, with emphasis on underrepresented communities among institutional chaplains. The program offers students who have previously earned a qualifying bachelor’s degree the opportunity to earn a Certificate in Interreligious Chaplaincy.
Chaplains wishing to apply for chaplaincy board certification must hold a certificate in chaplaincy and an MA degree. Apply for the 48-credit Master's program in coordination with any of the following:
- The GTU Common Master of Arts in Interreligious Studies Concentration.
- Master in Arts offered by the GTU Centers: The Center for Dharma Studies (CDS), The Center for Islamic Studies (CIS), or The Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies (CJS).
- Master's degree through the GTU Member Schools and affiliates (concentrations vary – please click here for a full list of concentrations).