Training in Pastoral Supervision – leading to a Master of Arts (Specialisation in Pastoral Supervision) The Master of Arts (Leading to a specialisation in Pastoral Supervision) is a graduate study programme. It is designed for students who have a tertiary qualification which is either theological or non-theological. The programme enables students to develop their understanding of supervision in the area of Pastoral Ministry.
A person seeking to train as a CPE Supervisor must first have completed Basic and Advanced Units of CPE as well as having completed a three year academic award. Before being eligible to study for the Master of Arts (Specialisation in Pastoral Supervision), you will need to be accepted by the Accreditation Convenor of the NSW College of Clinical Pastoral Education to train as a Supervisor. If you require details on this please contact the office. Once accepted you will be able to begin your formal education towards the MA. Ongoing Professional Education will be offered to all training and accredited Supervisors of the College.
What do I need to do to apply for admission?
5.English proficiency: minimum IELTS (or equivalent) score of 7.0 in all bands of the test.
The SCD program (leading to a specialisation in Pastoral Supervision)
The SCD program offers three levels:
• Graduate Certificate in Arts (concentration in pastoral supervision)
• Graduate Diploma in Arts (specialisation in Pastoral Supervision)
• Master of Arts (specialisation in Pastoral Supervision)
Graduate Certificate in Arts (concentration in pastoral supervision)
This program requires students to complete 36 credit points.
|Subject Code||Subject Name||Credit Points|
|*||Students to select one Introductory Biblical Studies unit||9|
|*||Students to select one Introductory Theology unit||9|
|P8176||Introduction to Supervisory Practice (Year-long unit)||18|
* Applicants who have a Bachelor of Theology or previous studies in theology or biblical studies may apply to have the requirement for the Biblical and Theology Studies Core units waived and complete 18 cp elective units instead.
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