If you are an M.Div. student,
including non-ordination track, The CXM Department requires nine (9) credit hours are completed within the Middler year, and offers three customizable program tracks. Optional-
Senior Seminarians may continue in an “unofficial” or “informal” (i.e., not for credit) or elective credit capacity in the Senior year to fulfill specific diocesan requirements and/or to experience deeper involvement and learning by remaining in the same placement for two years. Track I
allows for all credits to be completed in the Academic year, with a fuller immersion into the weekday culture of your site in the spring semester.Track II
allows for seminarians to:
- Take two consecutive years of Biblical Languages
- Participate in the New Missions Practices concentration or to gan experience in church planting and revitalization.
- Participate in CXM as a School Chaplain
This track includes participation during the Academic year, plus one January or Summer Term Intensive.Track III
allows for seminarians to participate in other chaplaincy settings (e.g., hospital, work, military, port, etc.), and facilitates greater flexibility with an individualized CXM plan. With approval of the CXM Director.
If you are an Anglican Studies, Theology, and M. A. seminarian,
you may choose to complete either three (3), six (6) or nine (9) credits of CXM with permission from the CXM Director.