Doctor of Ministry.
Drew Theological School invites you to join us on a new path toward your Doctor of Ministry degree. Choose a DMin experience that supports your vocational goals and lifestyle, and that responds to the great theological and ethical challenges of our day.
We find ourselves in the middle of major cultural, political and social change. How does the pastor, minister, activist or community leader remain relevant in a changing culture? At Drew, students and faculty are exploring these challenging times and working together to develop courageous, gospel-inspired responses that are rooted in the Bible, theology and visions of the beloved community.
Our “Courageous Leadership in a Changing Culture” DMin will help you lead your congregations in these challenging times in a format that meets your lifestyle and vocational goals.
This 30-credit Courageous Leadership DMin consists of 18 credits of coursework and 12 credits for theologically reflective contextually-responsive research. In the first research module after coursework, students write a well-researched essay demonstrating the ability to reflect theologically and biblically. This paper then serves as the scaffolding for the second substantial paper, which integrates the themes of the reflection within a specific chosen contextual issue.
Applicants for “Courageous Leadership in a Changing Culture” must begin in the Summer 2019 term.
The message of Christ is deeply rooted in the heart of the ministry of South Korea. The lead faculty for this concentration partner together to deepen the study of meaning and ministry in South Korea.
This concentration is a three-year, 30-credit D.Min degree. Credits are earned in a combination of in-person and online courses held in South Korea. All students will be required to attend the Drew summer intensives in Madison, NJ during the summer of their first year. This concentration begins Fall 2019 and is taught in the Korean language.
Applicants must begin in Fall 2019 term.