Graduate level education in chaplaincy is available from two Seventh-day Adventist Universities in the North American Division.

Andrews University offers a Doctor of Ministry degree in chaplaincy. Prospective students can choose between a general degree in chaplaincy or a a degree with a special emphasis in health care. To learn more about the program, click on the link below.


Master of Divinity with
Chaplaincy emphasis
Doctor of Ministry
in Chaplaincy


Loma Linda University’s MS in Chaplaincy program is a professional degree that prepares students for ministry as chaplains.  It combines foundational theological knowledge with specialty training and clinical experience. It is a unique and comprehensive master’s degree which meets all requirements for employment as a chaplain at the associates’ level, as defined by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC).


Master of Science in Chaplaincy