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Study Chaplaincy at Otago

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Overview

The study of Chaplaincy is aimed at enhancing chaplaincy in a range of contemporary settings, through the incorporation of current scholarship into the practice of chaplaincy.

Chaplaincy programmes are offered by Distance Learning, by way of the University's audioconference (telephone) network.

Chaplaincy by Distance Learning is also an option for people who live in Dunedin; it is particularly useful for those whose work commitments prevent them from attending lectures during the day.

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Contact Details

For general queries, please contact theology@otago.ac.nz

For further information, see the department’s home page at otago.ac.nz/theology

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Qualifications

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Papers

See the full list of Biblical Studies (BIBS) papers.
See the full list of Christian Thought and History (CHTH) papers.
See the full list of Ministry (MINS) papers.
See the full list of Pastoral Studies (PAST) papers.

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Programme Requirements

Postgraduate Certificate in Chaplaincy (PGCertChap)

Papers

The programme of study shall consist of either:

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Postgraduate Diploma in Chaplaincy (PGDipChap)

Papers

The programme of study shall consist of six papers with a value of 120 points:

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Master of Chaplaincy (MChap)

Papers

The programme of study shall consist of six papers and a research project, worth a total of 180 points:

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