Brent J. Aucoin
Students in this program will develop the skills to lead, evangelize, disciple, and counsel in whatever their future ministry context may be. In this program, you’ll learn from pastors, missionaries, and counselors who fulfill the Great Commission through faithful sharing of the gospel in their own respective contexts. Students will be equipped to serve in multiple areas of ministry with a strong biblical and theological foundation.
Ministry in Context
WHAT CAN I DO WITH THIS DEGREE?
Serve in the local church as a senior pastor or an executive/administrative pastor
Serve as executive in a non-profit
Lead community organizations
Pursue a Ph.D. in an effort to become a professor
The M.Div. in Christian Ministry offers students the most flexibility of any M.Div. track at Southeastern. Students can take electives from a variety of disciplines to finish the remaining 12 hours of their degree. To see some course options, view the academic catalog.