The Doctor of Ministry
Doctor of Ministry Admissions
The program of study required for the DMin degree will take students no fewer than three academic years and no greater than six years. Entering students must understand the high level of commitment that is required to actively participate in this degree program year round for this period of time.
Did you know that certain DMin specializations qualify for extra/increased financial aid?
- A Ministry-Related Master’s Degree from an Accredited Institution.
- Students who do not possess an MDiv from an accredited institution may be required to complete the Equivalency Packet as a part of the application process.
- A minimum master’s level cumulative grade point average of “B” (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) is required to be considered for this program. Applicants with a cumulative grade point average lower than 3.0 will be considered on an individual basis and may be admitted on academic probation if they successfully complete other requirements as determined by the director.
Contact the Director of DMin Studies
Dr. Tate Cockrell