Master of Arts in Spiritual Formation and Direction (MSF)

Accepting applications for Fall 2014

The Master of Arts in Spiritual Formation (MSF) engages the theology and practice of Christian spirituality and spiritual direction. The MSF is designed for students who wish to explore the spiritual tradition of the Christian path as well as for lay and ordained ministers seeking to develop skills in spiritual direction.

The Masters in Spiritual Formation offers courses in the core theological disciplines and allows students to specialize in spiritual direction or spiritual formation. Students who desire to serve as spiritual formation leaders in parish, retreat, and Christian education programs follow the spiritual formation track, allowing them to tailor a program that culminates in a project that will help them define their future ministry. Students who desire to serve as spiritual directors follow the specialized track, allowing them to make use of their academic degree in a spiritual direction practice
                                                                                                                                                            

Student Learning Goals

Core Courses--Titles and Descriptions

Required Courses for Spiritual Direction--Titles and Descriptions

Required Courses for Spiritual Formation -- Titles and Descriptions

 

Core Courses = 15 hours
Required Courses = 18 hours
Electives = 15 hours
Total for MSF = 48 hours                                                                                                           

Accepting applications for Fall 2014