The primary objective of the D.Min in Ministry in Apostolic Leadership and Applied Theology is to enhance students’ corporate apostolic leadership and applied theological understanding.
Great emphasis is placed on applied ministry for persons who have engaged in substantial ministerial leadership. The goals of D.Min. in Apostolic Leadership and Applied Theology are directed to individuals’ knowledge of religious heritage, understanding of the seven missional (mountains) of cultural influence, context and cultural contextualization, growth in spiritual depth and moral integrity, and capacity for ministerial and public leadership.
If you are a leadership professional who is looking to progress into advance leadership levels, in a strategic management role, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.
Learning outcomes are congruent with Christ’s Great Commandment, Commission and Dominion Mandate. Students shall demonstrate that they have achieved the goals or learning outcomes of the program by means of direct and indirect evidence of student learning.
These specific, learning outcomes will shape and inform the design of all courses, supervised ministry experiences, formation activities, and other instructional strategies to establish a coherent and integrated curriculum for the Doctor of Apostolic Leadership and Applied Theology program.
D.Min in Apostolic Leadership and Applied Theology:
$610.53 per credit hour, 57 credit hours.
Total program cost: $34,800
10 Core Courses – 27 units
3 Residentials – 18 units
1 Dissertation paper – 12 units
Total units for graduation: 57
Students will participate in 3 required 4-day face-to-face sessions. Students will meet internationally well-known leaders, receive instruction and impartation for personal breakthrough and maximize their learning experience.
Students who enroll at SU will have specific graduation requirements related to their program and level of study. They will be expected to complete and follow all SU policies related to academic and financial requirements.