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Master of Divinity Degree (M.Div) in Chaplaincy2018-10-16T14:15:09+00:00

Master of Divinity (M.Div.) Degree – Chaplaincy

Tuition Ranked Top Ten Most Affordable

90 Credit Hours – 3 Years (avg.)

100% Online or On-Campus

Upon completion of the Master of Divinity program with a specialization in Chaplaincy, the graduate should be able to:

  1. Develop a mastery of the Scriptures and Christian doctrine and apply this knowledge to ministries in the U.S. and abroad;
  2. Apply professional ministry skills, counseling techniques, and effective leadership to one’s specific concentration of study;
  3. Defend the church’s worldwide mission of gospel proclamation, discipleship, and social change; and
  4. Formulate ministerial strategies and apply them to a practical research project/thesis.

Potential Career Options with a Masters of Divinity Degree in Chaplaincy

    • Christian Educator
    • Hospital Pastor
    • Military Chaplain

Benefits of the Online Masters of Divinity Degree in Chaplaincy

By earning your graduate degree online from an accredited, nonprofit university, you can be confident your degree will be well respected within your field. Tuition for all undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs is ranked Top Ten in the country, with no out of state tuition. While many other online colleges have raised tuition, SFBC has been able to keep costs low as a nonprofit university. The Master of Divinity is the basic professional degree for the ministry. It is an advanced program integrating the fields of biblical literature, theological/historical studies, and the practices of ministry. It prepares persons for effective ministry as pastors, church associates, evangelists, chaplains, and a broad variety of ministries. It consists of ninety credit hours of specific and independent studies. No GRE is required.

Through the M.Div. degree in Chaplaincy, you will study:

    • New Testament Theology
    • A Biblical Theology of the Old Testament
    • Systematic Theology I
    • Systematic Theology II
    • Christian Apologetics
    • Christian Ethics
    • Biblical Hermeneutics
    • Church History I
    • Church History II
    • Biblical Languages – Greek or Hebrew
    • Pastoral Counseling
    • Pastoral Leadership
    • Homiletics
    • Pastoral Epistles
    • Pentateuch
    • New Testament Survey
    • Old Testament Survey
    • Wealth and Poverty in the Bible
    • Evangelism and Church Growth
    • Missiology
    • The Supervision of Pastoral Care
    • Crisis and Intervention
    • Law for The Christian Counselor
    • Counseling Theories and Practice
    • Chaplaincy: Conduct and Ethics

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