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Doctor of Ministry

The DMIN degree is the highest professional degree in the practice of ministry. Completion in a minimum of three years / maximum of seven. 

Admissions Requirements     
  • A completed application form and a non-refundable application fee $50.00.
  • Applicants must have engaged in 3 years of full time ministry beyond first their theological degree.
  • Official academic transcript(s) from accredited institution of the MDIV degree or its equivalent.
  • The letters of references from a judicatory official, denominational colleague, professor and/or employer. A statement of purpose reflecting the applicant's faith journey, religious experience, future plans and the importance to the applicant of a Seminary education.

Masters Degree Programs
Master of Divinity 
The  M.DIV. program provides a well-rounded preparation for ministry through solid foundation of knowledge essential to ministry. Completion in a minimum of three years and a maximum of seven years. 
 
Master of Theological Studies 
A basic, flexible, individualized program of study that provides specialized theological education. Completion in a minimum of three years and a maximum of seven years.  
 
Areas of Concentration
  • Biblical Studies
  • History & Theology 
United Methodist Church Deacon Studies
The Deacon Studies program is approved by The University Senate and provides all required courses for commission to UMC Diaconate.
 
Admission Requirements
  • A completed application form and a non-refundable application fee of $30.00.
  • A bachelor's degree or its equivalent, from an accredited college or university, with a minimum grade point average C+ (2.33).
  • An official transcript(s) submitted directly to the Office of Admissions from college or university attended.
  • Three letters of references judicatory official, minister, professor and/or employer.
  • A statement of purpose reflecting the applicant's faith journey, religious experience, future plans, and the importance to the applicant of a Seminary education.