The Islamic Chaplaincy track maintains the learning outcomes indicated for the Interfaith Chaplaincy track, and is designed to offer greater depth in regards to the Islamic intellectual tradition, Arabic language, and Muslim community dynamics. Students take courses in theological studies, interfaith and cultural competencies, spiritual formation, and chaplaincy/spiritual care. Clinical Pastoral Education is not required, but is encouraged and can receive 3-6 units of concurrent course credit. This track can be completed in a hybrid intensive or on-campus format. A vocational praxis capstone course may be completed in lieu of a thesis/summative exercise.