The C. Peter Wagner School of Ministry exists to ignite world changers in their callings to transform culture and impact lives. The School of Ministry provides training in leadership, compassionate ministry, and biblical studies. Students are instructed by qualified faculty who are experienced in Christian ministry as apostolic leaders, missionaries, pastoral caregivers, and teachers.
The Doctor of Ministry in Relational Leadership is a practice-oriented professional degree for pastors and ministry leaders that cultivates a “way of being” for spiritual formation. The program emphasizes relational ministry development. It is designed to facilitate spiritual renewal and to stimulate increasingly effective ministry in the Church and contemporary world.
The Masters in Apostolic Leadership Program prepares students for competent apostolic leadership in their cultural sphere of influence. The program is designed to give students a pragmatic biblical and theological foundation for the reemergence of apostles and prophets, the establishment of the five-fold ministry, and the importance of the seven-mountain mandate in advancing the Kingdom of God. The program engages students in the use of biblically based tools such as healing, deliverance, and spiritual warfare. The program also provides a practical foundation in such areas as church planting, missiology, church and nonprofit law, and administration.
The Masters in Healing and Spiritual Care offers a practical and theologically grounded program for anyone desiring to expand their healing ministry training. In this practical hands-on program students will gain a thorough foundation of applied theology, with scriptural, historical and present-day contexts for effective Christian holistic healing. The program covers four aspects of biblical healing, physical healing, deliverance ministry, inner healing, and pastoral counseling.
The Masters in Women’s Leadership is designed by women for women at all levels of leadership: those who are ready to assume leadership, those who are relatively new to leadership and those who are long-serving leaders. Among its goals are to enable and mobilize women around the globe to advance the Christ’s Kingdom across the seven mountains of society.
The Master of Arts in Practical Ministry degree provides the student with a practical approach to the application of Scripture and theology across various ministry disciplines. There are two possible tracks, one for study and teaching, and the other for the work of pastoral care or chaplaincy.
Shiloh University’s Master of Divinity degree provides professional and theological graduate training designed to equip the participant for the continued study, application, and ministering of God’s Word. The curriculum concentrates on the biblical basis for ministry practices, allowing for ministry formation in concert with the participant’s home church beliefs, and making room for the Holy Spirit to teach and minister in the participant’s life. Additional emphasis is placed on the knowledge and skills necessary to lead, teach, or minister in a church or parachurch setting.
The Bachelor of Arts in Christian Ministry provides a personal foundation for ministry. Through the examination of biblical, historical, and cultural backgrounds and training in interpersonal skills, students are encouraged to use prior learning and current experience to bring kingdom values to those within their call to ministry. The program’s emphasis the student’s call to ministry includes church, work, family, community, and culture.
Shiloh University offers many of its courses for personal and professional development. These classes are excellent for those looking for an opportunity to be enriched personally and to expand their ministry skills without having to take courses at a degree level.
Personal and professional development includes most of the same course materials as the degree programs, but courses are offered on a credit/no credit basis and do not require the level of writing and scholarship demanded by the degree programs. Course work typically includes readings, lecture materials, participation in online class discussions, and a written assignment.
No final grades are given beyond credit/no credit. Credit is awarded only if a student earns a cumulative total of 60% or more of the available points in the course. No specific test or assignment is required for credit to be earned. Credit earned is not transferable academic credit; it cannot be applied to a Shiloh University degree program, certificate program, or transferred to another institution.
The recommended time for a 8 week 3-unit course is estimated at 10 to 12 hours per week.
Note: Shiloh University will award certificates of completion for personal and professional development students who earn credit as defined above.