Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.)
The Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Leadership is a 30 semester hour program. The program focuses upon the teaching of important doctrines through the study of key Bible books. The program also includes instruction in key theological topics and in practical pastoral counseling. The program is a well-rounded and challenging program for those who are seeking to minister and lead in the local church.
The Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Leadership does not require language work or a doctoral dissertation. All coursework is lecture-based, with a variety of professors presenting practical exposition courses, practical biblical counseling courses, and theological courses for the Christian leader. Students will be challenged to think more deeply about the Word of God than ever before. Most courses will test the student’s grasp of the course material through traditional final exams. Upon completion of the course, students should have a large collection of practical expository notes that they can transform easily into lessons for the church or classroom.
The Doctor of Ministry (Pastoral Leadership) program is an advance-at-your-own-pace program. Most students will complete the program in four to five semesters.
D.Min. (Pastoral Leadership) Degree Requirements
|OTBB8947||Song of Solomon||John Klink|
|NTBB8538||I & II Thessalonians||Jimmy Hayes|
|NTBB7870||Epistles of John||J.L. Hayes|
|THEO7330||Doctrine of Holy Spirit||Gino Cascieri|
|THEO7340||Doctrine of Christ||Gino Cascieri|
|THEO8100||New Testament Theology||William Seay|
|PCPM7100||Premarital Counseling||Daniel Moore|
|PCPM7200||Counseling the Depressed||Cherry Hayes|
|PCPM6300||Ministering to the Terminally Ill||Larry Hendrickson|
Courses subject to change without notice.
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