Graduate

Doctor of Ministry

Doctor of Ministry

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

This program is designed to further refine the professional ministers skills using the basic biblical and theological foundations acquired during their first professional training program and using their insights acquired during their professional ministry and then helping the minister define a cohesive area of research and study for effective ministry. The program requires that the student be actively engaged in ministry to effectively relate their doctoral training to practical ministry.This program is designed to further refine the professional ministers skills using the basic biblical and theological foundations acquired during their first professional training program and using their insights acquired during their professional ministry and then helping the minister define a cohesive area of research and study for effective ministry. The program requires that the student be actively engaged in ministry to effectively relate their doctoral training to practical ministry. 

There are two areas according to being concentrated on student’s study in Doctor of Ministry Program. Module A is concentrated on Ministry and Module B is concentrated on Preaching with Multimedia.

TITLE OF DEGREE:

Doctor of Ministry

REQUIREMENTS:

The D. Min. program is 48 Semester units past the M. Div. degree or equivalent master’s degree program. A minimum grade of 2.7(B-) must be received in every course credited toward graduation and also on the dissertation At the conclusion of this program the student will be required to write a dissertation with a minimum length of 150 pagesThe Doctor of Ministry program is 48 Semester units past the Master of Divinity degree or equivalent master’s degree program. A minimum grade of 2.7(B-) must be received in every course credited toward graduation. The student will undertake supervised research either independently or as a member or a team. Assessment is by means of a thesis of 100,000 words which must demonstrate the capacity to pursue original research and should represent a distinct and significant contribution to the subject.

PREREQUISITES:

The D. Min. applicant must hold the Masters in Divinity degree must have at least 3 years of ministry experience and must have an academic record that demonstrates superior ability.

CURRICULUM:

Required: 28 units
Elective: 12 units
Written Dissertation: 8 units
Total: 48 units

For complete information regarding course offerings please refer to the catalog.

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