Masters of Divinity Curriculum
The curriculum for this degree has four main components: Pastoral Foundations, Pastoral Electives, Supervised Ministry, and a Major Project. After successful completion of this curriculum you can expect to be a well-trained pastoral generalist.
Foundations (9 credits)
Bible (9 Credits)
Systematics (9 Credits)
Ethics (6 Credits)
Pastoral Practice (18 Credits)
Pastoral Electives (12 credits)
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Supervised Ministry (9 credits)
This level enables students to integrate their learning through field experience and theological reflection. Those specializing in a particular ministry can follow that field of study through their work in Supervised Ministry and their Major Ministerial Project.
Integrative Statement of Purpose
Students are required to develop an integrative statement of purpose and vision for ministry, demonstrating their mastery of the cognitive, formational and practical components of their program of study. This is ordinarily done in the final semester/s of course work.