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The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program provides students who have already completed a Master of Divinity or its equivalent with an opportunity to engage in further graduate study.
The program is uniquely contextual and invites students to ask questions about their ministry, hone additional pastoral/administrative skills and engage in rigorous academic inquiry.
Students admitted to the DMin program opt into one of the following two courses of study:
· LEADERSHIP STUDIES
equips students to articulate biblically informed theologies and theories of inclusive leadership to ground strategies and practices relevant to specific ministry contexts.
· JUSTICE STUDIES
equips students to articulate biblically informed theologies and theories of justice that articulate multidimensional aims, outline strategies, and identify practices for responsible action in specific ministry contexts.
The DMin program is designed to be completed in four years.
The 36-hour DMin degree program consists of the following:
For a full list of application requirements please view the Application Materials Checklist.
DMin Informational Packet
The application deadlines for program entry: January Term application deadline October 15, admission decision November 15. Summer Term application deadline: May 15, admission decision June 15.