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Master of Arts in Christian Ministry
David Smith, Ed.D., Director

 

The Master of Arts in Christian Ministry program is designed to help prepare servant leaders for a wide variety of ministries in churches or church-related fields. The degree plan permits students to focus on practical, biblical, historical, theological, and general ministry-related course options offered throughout the ministry programs in the Graduate School of Ministry, thereby providing a broad, multifaceted exposure to Christian ministry in the 21st century. The degree is appropriate for those interested in church staff positions, para-church Christian ministries, and non-profit organizations.

Why DBU's M.A. in Christian Ministry?

  1. The Master of Arts in Christian Ministry is a generalized curriculum that enables graduates to enter almost any field of Christian ministry.
  2. It takes 1/2 of the time to earn a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry at DBU than it does to earn a traditional Master of Divinity degree at a theological seminary.
  3. The Master of Arts in Christian Ministry faculty bring decades of practical Christian leadership experience into their classrooms, affording students a broad, realistic, and state-of-the-art understanding of Christian ministry.
  4. The Master of Arts in Christian Ministry degree is fully online, making it available to students located almost anywhere in the world.





 

"Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus " (Philippians 2:5).

 

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