DMin Writing and Research

Designation: DMIN 8113

This course is an introduction to the range of skills and attributes associated with academic research and writing. Participants will be introduced to the skills of advanced academic writing, general and specific research methodologies and methods such as the use of library resources, quantitative and qualitative research approaches, how to identify a research question, how to carry out a critical literature review, how to prepare a research proposal, and the type of personal qualities and attributes which will be required for a sustained period of study at an advanced level. 

Recommended Prior Study


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

Available at Acadia Wolfville Campus

Course Information
Current Schedule - One-Week Intensive - Full Year 2021 Designation Instructor

Online Synchronous meetings and asynchronous material. This is a full year course. See syllabus for any additional synchronous meeting times.

Oct. 18-22, 2021 + online synchronous meetings

DMIN 8113 A0 Rev. Dr. Stuart Blythe Dr. Jody Linkletter