Graduate level education in chaplaincy is available from several Seventh-day Adventist Universities worldwide. On this page, you will find the institutions providing programs that are recognized by Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries – General Conference.
Andrews University offers a Doctor of Ministry degree in chaplaincy. Prospective Doctor of Ministry students can choose between a general degree in chaplaincy or a a degree with a special emphasis in health care. To learn more about the programs, click on the link to the right.
Loma Linda University’s MS in Chaplaincy program is a professional degree that prepares students for ministry as chaplains. It combines foundational theological knowledge with specialty training and clinical experience. It is a unique and comprehensive master’s degree which meets all requirements for employment as a chaplain at the associates’ level, as defined by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC).