The Doctor of Education with a concentration in Christian Ministry is a terminal research degree that prepares scholars to develop others who are called to serve through education and leadership, but wish to take courses in a variety of disciplines. This academic experience provides students with additional professional skills need to teach in the local church and higher education, problem solve using social science research techniques, and influence thinking in this field through writing that is both biblical and academically persuasive.

  • Modified Residency

  • Residential

At a Glance

  • 46

    Hours of Classroom Instruction

  • 3

    Hours of Mentorship

  • 12

    Hours of Dissertation Research

  • 61

    Total Hours

Program Courses


  • EDD8140 – Spiritual Formation& Discipleship
  • EDD8170 – The Doctrine of Humanity
  • EDD8150 – Psychological Foundations for Education
  • EDD8130 – Historical & Philosophical Foundations for Education

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