This track will prepare women for a wide variety of family, church and mission ministries: (1) in church staff and denominational ministries to women; (2) in evangelistic work; (3) in women’s conference ministries; (4) in advocacy work; (5) in teaching the Bible; (6) in addressing the practical, moral, and spiritual needs of women. The Danvers Statement describes the perspective from which courses in the Ministry to Women track are taught.

Options for the Program:

  • Available as Distance Learning

  • On-Campus

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At a Glance

  • 70

    mdiv hours

  • 9

    ministry to women hours

  • 6

    ministry to women elective hours

  • 85

    total hours

Program Courses

At my church, we are about the great commission but it was during my time at Southeastern that I learned how to better understand and emphasize it in my own church context.

Lissy Sandoval MDiv in Ministry to Women

What Can I Do with this Degree?

  • Lead a Women's Ministry at a local church

  • Produce and publish Christian resources and Bible studies

  • Serve in North American or International Missions

  • At Southeastern, we care about our mission and the students who participate in it. People matter because the mission matters.

    Christy Thornton

    Assistant Professor of Christian Thought

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