Doctor of Ministry

The Doctor of Ministry supports ministerial leaders seeking renewal through spiritual reflection and scholarly analysis of current challenges in ministry

Drew Provides

Drew provides faculty, fellowship—and flexible delivery—in this novel approach to the advanced exploration of ministry.

Areas of Concentration

Share your academic journey with a group of accomplished peers in one of four areas of concentration.


Global/Online Doctor of Ministry

Re-imagine faith and ministry in this future-oriented program that addresses ministerial leadership and church transformation to come.

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Practicing Mind-Body-Spirit-Healing for Congregations and Clergy

Learn to sustain a resilient community that understands health as a process and accepts—and forgives—loss, trauma, and conflict as intrinsic to our existence.

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Worship, Spirituality and Preaching in the Korean Context

Deepen your devotion to ministry while critically and prayerfully reviewing future directions for spiritual formation and fruitful preaching in a program offered in both Korean and English.

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Congregational Growth & Community Development (North Carolina)(N.C.)

Engage a biblically based and theologically informed approach to conducting ministry and developing congregations of integrity in the 21st century.

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Missional Church in a Global World: A Future Church Study for Pastors in Korea

Review, reform and revise an approach to ministry for the coming global awakening of a new church, in a program that is cognizant of Korean and missional church contexts.

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Discipleship in the Google World: Discipleship that Preaches, and Preaching that Disciples

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General Requirements for the Doctor of Ministry

The D.Min. program consists of three semesters and one intensive summer session of course work, followed by four semesters of work on a project, culminating in a professional paper of publishable quality.

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