Individuals who demonstrate the ability to participate through the written application and admissions interview. Requirements include:
Education: Chaplaincy board certification requires an undergraduate degree and a graduate-level theological degree. Students entering residency must document progress toward this outcome.
Ordination or Endorsement: Chaplaincy board certification requires ordination or endorsement in a student’s faith tradition. Applicants must document progress toward this outcome.
Other commitments: Due to the program’s demands, residents and interns are discouraged from intense outside commitments.