The Doctor of Ministry is a professional degree providing qualified students the opportunity to achieve a high level of excellence in the practice of ministry. The degree is built on prerequisites including a MDIV or master's degree in a ministry-related area from an ATS accredited institution, high intellectual achievement and professional capability, and substantial professional experience in ministry.
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Program Elements (12 hours)
Program Overview Workshop 2 hours
Mid-Career Assessment 2 hours
Project Design Workshop 2 hours
Project Implementation and Writing 6 hours
Specialization Seminars (9 hours)
3 Required @ 3 hours each
Elective Seminars (9 hours)
3 Seminars @ 3 hours each chosen from the over 80 Seminars offered in the ProDoc program
Proficiency Seminars* (6 hours)
2 Seminars @ 3 hours each,
For applicants without an MDiv Degree; specific seminar options determined by ProDoc Administrators
*NOTE Proficiency Seminars must be successfully completed by the Mid-Career Assessment Workshop.
TOTAL: 36 hours
COMPLETION TIME: 3-6 years
*Advanced Standing. Students with an MDiv from an ATS accredited institution will be granted advanced standing and the two proficiency seminars waived (6 hours).