Frequently Asked Questions
- Church Revitalization
- Disciple-making/Spiritual Formation
- Expository Preaching
- Christian Leadership
- Biblical Counseling
- Great Commission Mobilization in Missions and Church Planting
- Next Generation Ministry
- Pastoral Ministry (A non-specialization track allowing students to choose any seminar offering)
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How long does it take to finish the program?
- 3 year minimum/6 year maximum
What are the requirements for Admission?
- Master of Divinity or its equivalent
- 3.0 GPA in graduate work (will consider a lower GPA based on certain considerations)
- 3 years post MDiv vocational ministry experience
How much time on campus for courses?
- 4 visits to SEBTS campus
- (2 visits per year for the first 2 years)
What are the program specializations?
- Expository Preaching: Developing skills for communicating God's Word effectively in the pulpit
- Christian Leadership: Becoming a transformation leader
- Great Commission Mobilization: Developing skills to lead in evangelism, missions, church planting, and church revitalization
- Biblical Counseling: Equipping the minister for pastoral care in the small to medium church or a Christian counseling ministry
- Disciple-making: Cultivating spiritual formation & foundations in disciple-making
- Pastoral Ministry: A non-specialization for ministers needing advanced training in different areas
- Coming soon: Next Generation Ministry and Church Revitalization
How do I get started?
Doctor of Ministry Office
P.O. Box 1889
120 S. Wingate Street
Wake Forest, NC 27588-1889
What are the program components?
- Four (5 day) on-campus seminars
- Four workshops held during same weeks as the seminars
- Three contextualized learning experiences at home
- Project Design Workshop (weekend before 4th seminar)
- Project in Ministry (final year)
How much does it cost?
What about transfer credit?
- $300 Initial program fee
- $285 an hour/SBC
The Director of the DMin program will consider the transfer of credit hours
from accredited programs on a case-by-case basis. Minimally, all transfer
students must complete satisfactorily at least 14 credit hours of DMin work at
Southeastern, including the Ministry Project and Project Report (6 credit
hours), the Project Design Workshop (3 credit hours), and the Research
Design Lab (1 credit hour).