Level 2 Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) (ACPE 520)
The curriculum for CPE Level II addresses the development and integration of pastoral formation, pastoral competence and pastoral reflection to a level of competence that permits students to attain professional certification and/or admission to Supervisory CPE. The supervisor’s final evaluation will include a statement attesting to the competence demonstrated at the time of the evaluation. [Unit of CPE is: minimum of 100 structured education hours: 300 clinical curriculum practice hours]. Satisfactorily addressing the Level 2 outcomes usually requires completion of 2+ units of Level 2 CPE. Progression into Level II requires a level of competency in the Level I outcomes that permits the student to be building upon those competencies and no longer needing to address them as primary learning objectives. This is established through the supervisor’s judgment documented in the written evaluation. Outcomes define the competencies to be developed by students as a result of participating in each unit of CPE.
General Chemistry Equivalency (CHEM 151EQ)
Principles Of Chemistry I (CHEM141)
Principles Of Chemistry II (CHEM142)
Lower Division Elective Equivalent (ELEC102EL)
French Language Equivalent (FRE100EQ)
Humanities Lower Division Equivalent Satisfied (HMNT101EQ)
Humanities Lower Division Equivalent Satisfied (HMNT102EQ)
Lower Division Fitness Equivalent (HPER100EQ)
College Algebra Equivalent Satisfied (MATH120EQ)
This course meets the College Algebra requirement because it is a higher level MATH course
Clinical Practicum II (PHTH873)
This course is the second of five full-time physical therapist-supervised clinical education experiences designed to allow the student to practice didactic and clinical skills with an emphasis on patient/client management, professional behaviors, and physical therapy practice patterns in a variety of physical therapy practice settings. This course is four weeks in duration with a minimum of 40 hours per week.
Upper Division Religion Equivalent (RELE300EQ)
This course will satisfy and upper division religion elective