Spiritual Care Program Learning Outcomes:
- The body of knowledge in the field of spiritual care, including the related cultural, technological, ethical, and professional competencies.
- Skills of critical thinking and analysis by Investigating, generating, and synthesizing complex ideas and concepts at an abstract and/or applied level, critically evaluating contemporary debates and literatures in their field of study, and analyzing problems or issues, articulating appropriate solutions and justifying propositions and/or professional decisions.
- Oral and written communication skills, including the academic and technical writing skills, and applying enquiry-based learning and ways of thinking to new disciplinary and/or professional contexts and communicating complex ideas in a variety of formats to diverse audiences.
- Effective collaboration with peers, colleagues, and communities by demonstrating a high level of personal autonomy and accountability in the acquisition or application of knowledge or skills and an understanding of, and the ability to apply, the principles of teamwork and collaboration.
- Equity and diversity as these apply to effective spiritual care integration and practice.
- Knowledge and skills of leadership and advocacy as applied to spiritual care.
- The organization, implementation, interpretation, and analysis of research appropriate to the field of spiritual care.
Course Modality: Asynchronous online
Master of Theology in Spiritual Care (MTH-SC) – 45 credits
Doctor of Theology Degree in Spiritual Care (DTH-SC) – 63 credits