Master of Ministry Degree

Available Online

The purpose of this degree is to strengthen those who are successfully engaged in ministry.

Learning Outcomes: Graduates of this program will be able to

  • demonstrate an advanced knowledge of the Word of God through expositional study,
  • offer a credible defense of sound doctrine,
  • integrate a greater understanding of Scripture into various ministry contexts,
  • evaluate current issues affecting ministry in light of biblical teaching, and
  • demonstrate through research and writing projects the ability to apply the Word of God practically in their area of ministry.

The class format of this program is one-week modules and online learning, which offer the convenience of limited time away from ministry with an immediate, hands-on application to the home ministry.

The Master of Ministry curriculum has three phases.

  1. Bible content courses, one in Old Testament and one in New Testament, combined with TH 640 Doctrine and History of Preservation of the Text, provide the student with foundational concepts to strengthen his love for God’s Word.
  2. Master of Ministry courses, both practical and modular, provide the student with refreshing and revitalizing concepts that can be used effectively in current ministry.
  3. Additional seminary electives may be chosen to supplement M.Min. modules, allowing the student to gain advanced training in Bible content, theology, or pastoral training.

The flexibility this degree offers in its course requirements permits a student to tailor the requirements according to the needs of his ministry.

Courses You’ll Take

Admission Requirements

In addition to the General Admission Requirements, students must have completed at least three years of ministry experience and are not required to have majored in undergraduate-level Bible.

Residence Requirements

The Master of Ministry degree must be completed within 7 consecutive years. All courses may be completed via online learning. Courses may also be taken on campus at the student’s convenience during one-week modules offered in January, May, or August; a summer session; or the fall or spring semesters.

Graduation Requirements