Knowledge with Purpose

Professionals in every sphere – education, healthcare, law – know the necessity of personal and professional lifelong learning.

Ministry is no different.

Culture and context changes. If you are an experienced ministry practitioner, it’s important to advance your knowledge and skills to engage effectively in the present, with purpose.

The ADC Doctor of Ministry is an academically rigorous and ministry-focused degree designed to enhance your knowledge, to develop your skills, to deepen your faith, and to extend your leadership influence. The format allows you to remain in your ministry context as you study, with a mixture of distance learning and on-campus intensives.

As a DMin student, you will have the opportunity to focus on a particular area of interest related to your own practice through electives and directed study courses. You will also contribute to the understanding and practice of ministry through the completion of a Doctoral-level project.

The program will equip you with transferable biblical, theological, and practical knowledge, skills, and dispositions, that you can apply to your unique context.

ADC DMin graduates are involved in a wide range of ministry leadership including service in local churches, chaplaincy settings, teaching, and overseas ministry. Graduates also provide leadership to denominations and parachurch ministries. The Doctor of Ministry program is open to students of all denominational affiliations.

Rev. Dr. D. Steven Porter
Assistant Professor of Church Innovation and Evangelism
PHONE: 902-585-2227EMAIL: steven.porter@acadiau.ca


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