TMPS 8023 Professional Ministry Practicum (Fall/Spring: 3 )
The professional ministry practicum provides M.Div. students with an opportunity to integrate the academic study of theology and ministry with the exercise of a particular pastoral ministry under supervision. There are three required components of the professional ministry practicum. First, students are engaged in pastoral ministry in an approved setting for a required number of hours. Second, students are mentored by approved supervisors at the ministry site. Third, students participate in a course component to deepen their understanding of their ministry experience and to further develop pastoral and professional skills and sensitivities for ministry.
Instructor(s): Joseph Weiss, S.J.
Prerequisites: Students must meet with the professor before registering for this course.
Comments: This practicum is by permission of the instructor. Students should meet with the instructor early in their degree programs to allow sufficient time to plan an approved practicum experience.
Last Updated: 06-Apr-17