Dorothy Deasy, master's in applied theology alum, talks about how technology is changing what it means to be human in an interview with The Columbian in September 2014.
MA in Applied Pastoral Theology
If you are seeking a career in which you will serve the community as a spiritual caregiver skilled in practical theology, such as a spiritual director or teacher, pastoral care provider, youth minister, or catechist in educational, governmental or corporate settings, the MA in Applied Pastoral Theology is for you.
Master of Divinity
Our Master of Divinity program will prepare you for similar careers, as well as for Directors of Mission, Religious Education, chaplaincy in hospitals, hospice or prison ministry, ethics boards, as well as for ordination. You will meet the requirements of your congregation while taking classes. Upon completion, you'll be prepared to pursue the licensure for clinical pastoral education (CPE) as well as for the Doctor of Ministry.