Explores current issues and pertinent themes in chaplaincy studies and chaplaincy education. Taught by chaplaincy practitioner-scholars and required of students in the Intercultural Chaplaincy Certificate program, this course informs students about the roles and functions of chaplains in diverse settings and equips them with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to offer spiritual care and support to people from various religious and cultural backgrounds. As a special topics course, the focus varies by section. Each section might focus upon a setting (e.g., campus, military, hospital, hospice, prison, community, movement), a population (e.g., veterans, African Americans, LGBTQIA persons, healthcare staff), or pertinent topics (e.g., rituals, theological reflection, emotional intelligence). Special care should be taken to addresses issues of cultural diversity and intercultural intelligence within each course.