The Missiology track is designed to equip students with the competencies necessary to serve as effective missions leaders in churches, denominational agencies and other missions agencies in both North American and international settings.

MDiv with Missiology students must complete 70 hours of core studies (with the possibility of substitution of 6 hours of credit in a field language for one of the biblical languages) and 15 hours in the area of missiology.

Options for the Program:

  • Available as Distance Learning

Contact Distance Learning

At a Glance

  • 70

    MDiv hours

  • 9

    Missiology hours

  • 6

    Missiology elective hours

  • 85

    Total credit hours

Program Courses

Every class, no matter if it's in person or online, no matter the subject at hand, is one that prepares you as a missionary and leader first and academic second.

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Ministry in Context

WHAT CAN I DO WITH THIS DEGREE?

  • Become a missionary with the IMB or NAMB or other missions entity

  • Develop competencies to serve as effective missions leaders in all contexts

  • Equip a local body of believers to be missions-minded

  • Lead missions teams as member of a non-profit in a variety of settings

WHAT COURSES WILL I TAKE?

Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.

  • MIS 6520 – Anthropology for Cross-cultural Understanding
  • MIS 6700 – A Theology of Christian World Mission
  • MIS 6770 – The Christian Faith and World Religions
  • MIS 6800 – History of Christian Missions
  • MIS 7870 – Studies in Contextualization Theory

Have more questions? Connect with our MDiv Admissions counselor.

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