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Chaplaincy Certificate Programs

Dr. Sean Alexander, Director of Chaplaincy Programs

The Most Reverend ++Sean Alexander, DD,  is the Ecumenical Patriarch of the Archdiocese of the Sacred Heart an Independent Catholic Archdiocese which is a part of the Independent Catholic Movement.

In addition, Bishop Alexander is a Benedictine Oblate having ties to Saint Meinrad Archabbey located in Saint Meinrad, Indiana.

He seeks to help to serve the pastoral needs as a Chaplain within the communities in which he serves following the Rule of Saint Benedict and Benedictine traditions. 

Advanced Studies in Community Chaplaincy 

 

This program is designed for Chaplains seeking a deeper understanding of chaplain services to the community

The program has three courses.

  • Non-Profit Chaplaincy

  • Governmental Chaplaincy

  • Support Groups

 

advanced studies in liturical chaplaincy

 

This program is designed for Chaplains seeking a deeper understanding of liturgical chaplain services.

The program has three courses.

  • Weddings

  • Funerals

  • Community Vigils

advanced studies in healthcare chaplaincy

 

This program is designed for Chaplains seeking a deeper understanding of liturgical chaplain services.

The program has three courses.

  • Hospitals

  • Long-term Care

  • Hospice

advanced studies in christian

counseling

 

This program is designed for Chaplains seeking Certification and Licensure in Christian Counseling.

 

The program is offered under an agreement with the National Christian Counselors Association.

Graduates of the program have the option of transferring credits toward a degree program.

Academic Policies:

 

Textbooks:

Textbooks are not included in the tuition fees for these courses.

 

Refund Policy:

100% Refund prior to the course start date & classroom access   

 0% Refund after the course starts or course access

Refund requests must be made within 30 days of course enrollment.

 

Medical Leave:

Students may request a medical leave which allows a student to return to their studies at a future date.