Doctor of Ministry, Interdisciplinary Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies, DMin
The Doctor of Ministry Interdisciplinary Studies program is intended for students who desire to personally customize their program curriculum with a focus on specific ministry skills in a variety specialized areas tailored for their unique ministry context. Students may choose any specialization seminar based on alignment with their ministry goals and desire to learn from faculty who are accomplished scholars and practitioners in their respective fields of discipline.
Doctor of Ministry
Being a lifelong learner should be a high priority for every pastor who wants to grow personally and stay relevant in ministry. The Doctor of Ministry degree is an advanced professional degree program designed for the continuing development of those involved in pastoral ministry.
This program is designed to enhance professional competence by expanding upon an initial foundation of theological studies and ministry experience, to enable those in vocational ministry to enhance current strengths, address areas of weakness, and increase overall effectiveness.
Doctoral Seminar Schedule
Doctoral Seminar Registration
To be eligible for consideration for the Doctor of Ministry program, the applicant must have a Seminary MA or M.Div degree (3.0 GPA), and have full-time professional ministry experience (length varies depending on the degree).
For more information please call or email our Admissions Department.
In order to be considered for admission, the student must provide:
- Official transcripts from the school where you obtained your master’s degree. If you are currently working on your degree, you can submit an unofficial transcript for admission until term completion, at which time an official transcript is required. Transcripts should be sent to email@example.com.
- A spiritual life reference
- Ministry Reference
- Some MA applicants may have additional requirements
- Additionally, international applicant must provide a copy of TESOL test scores, and provide a financial certificate indicating sufficient funding for the program of study.
Note: Grace Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admissions, academic and employment