The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) is a second professional degree designed to help those in full-time Christian ministry sharpen their ministry skills, facilitate interactions with fellow clergy, and deepen their understanding of Scripture and the historic Reformed tradition. Built on the foundational commitments of the Master of Divinity degree, the DMin program offers the flexibility to meet the needs of those who cannot commit to a residential program while encouraging increased competencies for a lifetime of faithful ministry.
- Emphasis Courses (9 hours)
- Elective Courses (12 hours)
- Research Methodologies (3 hours)
- Doctoral Project (6 hours)