Candidacy Evaluation

Designation: DMIN 8133

Admission to DMin candidacy status (thus permitting the student to advance towards thesis writing and completion) is dependent upon a successful evaluation of the participant’s growth and integration of thought, practice, and scholarship. To achieve candidacy, students will submit two pieces of work: a paper detailing how the program contributed to the understanding and development of their theology of the practice of ministry; and a full thesis proposal with literature review. Oral evaluation will be conducted through an interview, either in person or via electronic communication, normally involving the potential supervisor, a member of the Doctor of Ministry team, and one other faculty member.

Recommended Prior Study

  • None

Instructor

Rev. Dr. Stuart Blythe
John Gladstone Associate Professor of Preaching and Worship: 902-585-1803: stuart.blythe@acadiau.ca
Dr. Jody Linkletter
Associate Director of Doctoral Studies: (902) 585-2210: Jody.linkletter@acadiau.ca

Available in a Special Format

Course Information
Current Schedule - Self Paced - Full Year 2019 Designation Instructor
DMIN 8133 X0 Dr. Jody Linkletter Rev. Dr. Stuart Blythe

Available in a Special Format

Course Information
Current Schedule - Self Paced - Fall Term 2019 Designation Instructor

Self Paced

DMIN 8133 X1 Dr. Jody Linkletter Rev. Dr. Stuart Blythe

Available in a Special Format

Course Information
Current Schedule - Self Paced - Winter Term 2020 Designation Instructor
DMIN 8133 X2 Dr. Jody Linkletter Rev. Dr. Stuart Blythe