Personal and Professional Formation
The Office of Professional Formation oversees the Personal and Professional Formation dimensions of Iliff’s professional master’s degree programs – the Master of Divinity the Master of Arts in Pastoral and Spiritual Care, and the Master of Arts in Social Change. Students pursuing any of these degrees are typically preparing for professional ministry or service a church or agency setting, often in conjunction with their religious tradition.
While decisions about ordination or other authorization are the purview of denominations and/or credentialing bodies, professional Masters degree students address Personal and Professional Formation (PPF) as a part of their degree program, in addition to course work in world religions, Bible, theology, history and culture, and religious leadership.
- Vocation and Orientation
- Identity, Power and Difference
Office of Professional Formation Staff
For further information, please contact the Professional Formation office at 303-765-3115.