The Master of Arts in Ministry is a degree program intended to promote students’ growth in personal maturity and professional ministry competence. It is designed to equip students for effective service in the varied areas of ministry which include, but are no limited to, preaching, teaching, church planting, personal counseling, chaplaincy, and evangelism.
It seeks to help students to develop the ability to understand and interpret the Christian faith in the light of its biblical, theological, and historical contexts and to utilize insights gained from these disciplines for the effective practice of ministry in the church, the community, and the world.
This track is designed for those who do not have baccalaureate theological degrees.
This alternate track of the Master of Arts in Ministry is designed for those who have baccalaureate theological degrees.
The Master of Arts in Ministry program requires the following 53 units of academic credit for graduation.