The Doctor of Ministy (D.Min.) degree is designed for persons holding the Master of Divinity (M.Div.) degree, or its equivalent, who have had significant ministry experience. It will help you build on your previous studies and ministry experiences to develop your knowledge, theoretical clarity, and competence in the profession and practice of ministry. The program offers concentrations in Leadership, Member Care, Military Chaplaincy, Missions, and Preaching.
When you have completed the requirements of the D.Min. program, you will:
- Use ministry skills at an advanced level of professional competency and will exhibit the personal qualities normally considered essential to this level of ability.
- Demonstrate increased sensitivity in interpersonal relationships and development of the skills needed to enhance these relationships.
- Think, plan, and act creatively in transcending traditional approaches to ministry by the use of innovative concepts and methods.
- Demonstrate a steadily maturing relationship with God in an understanding of the concept of servanthood, especially as related to servant leadership.
The Doctor of Ministry Program Manual is available for download (revised, Fall 2014)
The Dissertation Manual is available for download (revised, Fall 2011)
Upcoming Doctor of Ministry Courses
(as of May 11, 2015--subject to change!)
August 21 Summer Studies End; Final day to submit completed dissertation for August graduation; August graduation (ceremony in December).
August 31 December graduation applications due.
November 1 Registration opens for Winter and Spring (including dissertations); Last day for December graduation applications.
December 11 Final day to submit completed dissertation for December graduation.
December 11 Fall Semester ends; Commencement
|Summer 2016 - Intensive|