Professional and Personal Ethics

Designation: CHAP 6013 / PACC 6013

In this course professional ethics in chaplaincy and counselling ministry settings will be considered. In this regard, issues such as codes of conduct, personal rights and freedoms, pertinent legal issues, knowing one’s professional limits, how and when to make a referral, maintaining confidentiality, and standards for ongoing professional and personal development will be addressed. Attention will also be given to ethical and religious concerns of a professional working in a multi-faith context.

Recommended Prior Study

  • None

Instructor

Dr. Dorothy Hunse
Assistant Professor of Pastoral Care: dorothy.hunse@acadiau.ca

Available Online

Take this course in an online format. Weekly assignments and readings are enhanced with online forum discussions.

Course Information
Current Schedule - Weekly - Fall Term 2020DesignationInstructor

Both CHAP and PACC versions of ‘Personal and Professional Ethics’ offered

Mon. 10:30am-Noon

CHAP 6013 X1/ PACC 6013 X1Dr. Dorothy Hunse