Academic integrity is taken quite seriously at Boston College and by the dean and faculty of the School of Theology and Ministry, in particular. STM abides by the University policy on academic integrity to be found in the University Graduate Catalog. The roles and responsibilities of students, faculty, and deans with regard to promoting academic integrity can also be found in the University Graduate Catalog. STM students are strongly encouraged to become familiar with these policies and procedures, as they are held responsible for this knowledge. Students with questions regarding what constitutes a violation of Boston College’s Academic Integrity Policy, especially with regard to specific courses and assignments, are invited and encouraged to ask these questions of their professors and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
The links below lead to specific information for supervised ministry in the M.Div., M.A., and Th.M. programs.
The Supervised Ministry program guides students in choosing ministry placements that reflect their personal and professional interests. Faculty directors and placement supervisors work with individual students to help them form, develop, cultivate, and deepen their pastoral skills.