The Doctor of Ministry degree program is designed to provide advanced study for persons who are already engaged in the practice of ministry in its varied forms. The program welcomes qualified applicants, laity and ordained, from the ministries of parish and congregational leadership, religious education, preaching, worship, pastoral care, hospital chaplaincy, and other forms of ministerial leadership. The emphasis of the program is on advancing personal, professional, and theological integration in order to help the participants achieve a high level of competency in the practice of ministry and its theoretical underpinnings.
The following are the minimum requirements:
- The Master of Divinity degree accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), or its equivalent, with a B+ average or better
- A minimum of three to five years experience in the practice of ministry
- Proof of Institutional Support
- Computer literacy
Please see the DMin Handbook for details.