Facing Choices: Ethics in the Anglican Tradition

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

  Ethics in the Anglican tradition draws on a rich history of discourse as we strive to engage with our faith, living it out in an imperfect world and Church. Whether we are struggling to justify sacramental liturgy and church hierarchy in the face of Puritan attack, or determining church policy on inclusion of women …
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Professional and Personal Ethics – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: CHAP 6013 / PACC 6013 In this course professional ethics in chaplaincy and counselling ministry settings will be considered. In this regard, issues such as codes of conduct, personal rights and freedoms, pertinent legal issues, knowing one’s professional limits, how and when to make a referral, maintaining confidentiality, and standards for ongoing professional and …
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Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)

Vancouver School Of Theology

Extended and full-time units. CPE students only. Classes at hospital with CPE supervisor. Program Description: Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) is training designed to help develop the skills required to provide care which is centered around issues of faith, meaning, values and connection.  Learning occurs through direct clinical experience, use of reflective tools, didactic input, conversations …
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Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies

Atlantic School Of Theology

The Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies program is a ten-credit academic program that may be completed on campus, online or through a combination of on-campus and online courses. The GCTS parallels the first year of our graduate degree programs, and may serve as a time of discernment for further academic or professional needs. Credits obtained …
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Master of Arts (M.A.)

McGill School of Religious Studies

The purpose of the M.A. (thesis) degree is to encourage advanced study and research in one of the disciplines of religious studies for those who wish to become scholars or teachers, or will be engaged in some field of religious or public service. The M.A. without thesis is intended to ensure a student’s well rounded exposure to several religions …
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Master of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.)

McGill School of Religious Studies

Non-Thesis (45 credits) ATS Accreditation: The S.T.M. program is approved by the Association of Theological Schools in the U.S. and Canada. The normal requirement is 2 years (of 2 terms each) of full-time study. Students are permitted to take the S.T.M. over a period of 12 full months (three terms) but must first meet with …
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Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology & Society

Regent College

Grow in wisdom as you weave together theological insight, critical cultural analysis, and practical leadership training. The Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology & Society Is … Transformative: Cultivate a practice of ethical leadership driven by a vision of human dignity, the flourishing of creation, and the common good. Thoughtful: Build critical awareness of the …
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Master of Divinity Summer Distance

Atlantic School Of Theology

Atlantic School of Theology is a leader in distributed theological education, and you can choose to pursue the Master of Divinity degree in a five-year “in ministry” format.  This course of study will bring you to the AST campus for six weeks every summer for five years to complete the majority of your course work …
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