Objectives and Outcomes
  • CPE Objectives and Outcomes

    At the end of this course, each student will be better able to:

    1. Articulate a basic, self-awareness as a minister and how his/her ministry affects others.
    2. Articulate a basic awareness of how personal attitudes, values and assumptions impact ministry.
    3. Establish a pastoral rapport with persons being served that enables further ministry in the hospital setting.
    4. Engage, support, confront and challenge peers and self in an adult, group learning process.
    5. Recognize the influence of social systems and structures on persons’ lives and on one’s ministry.
    6. Demonstrate an awareness and application of the integration of theology with the behavioral sciences.
    7. Apply basic, industry-standard skills in routine and crisis situations in a general hospital setting.
    8. Make use of available religious and spiritual resources in and for his/her ministry.
    9. Work effectively as a health care team member in a general hospital setting.
    10. Use, reflect upon and then report on gifts of preaching, teaching, leading and counseling.
    11. Describe and use the clinical method.
    12. Use individual and group supervision for personal and professional learning and evaluation.