Janet R. McCormack, DMin
ACPE National Faculty Certified Educator; Associate Professor and Chair of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Counseling Programs
The Certificate in Chaplaincy is intended for students who wish to explore the vocation of chaplaincy through 15 semester hours of courses needed in a chaplaincy profession. This program includes a unit of ACPE certified Clinical Pastoral Education in a community setting. This certificate is especially suited for students who either desire specific training in this area without a degree, who want to explore the chaplaincy vocation before enrolling in an MDiv Chaplaincy or who wish to expand their learning from a previous degree. This certificate of education can be leveraged into an MDiv concentration. This certificate requires the following courses: CHP 550 The Many Faces of Chaplaincy (2); CHP 775 Community-based Clinical Pastoral Education (6); CO 526 Therapeutic Communication (2); CO 560 Brief Counseling (2); CO 570 Brief Counseling Practicum (1); PME604 Worship Theory and Practice (2).