Boston University School of Theology’s Doctor of Ministry in Transformational Leadership seeks leaders who are called to transform their communities, their churches, their ministries, and their world.
Boston University School of Theology has designed its Doctor of Ministry Program for leaders who have at least three years of ministry experience and are seeking a plan for transformational change. The three-year, low-residency program combines online learning with intensive classes.
~Build connections with fellow leaders and Boston University faculty during two week-long trips to Boston University each year. Through the rest of the year, interactive online classes allow you to study with full-time faculty and learn with a student cohort of fellow leaders.
~Sharpen your leadership skills and acquire new ones through a curriculum that includes classes such as Global Development and Faith, Transformational and Situational Homiletics, and Mission and Outreach.
~Focus your studies on your own context, with a directed study project that gives you a strategic plan to move forward. Deeply analyze your unique context while also drawing from the experiences of a diverse cohort of classmates.
Boston University is looking for students who seek to hone their skills, learn from fellow leaders, and form a plan for transformation. If this sounds like you, learn more and get in touch with our Admissions staff to answer your questions.
Wendy Von Courter (DMin ’17)
“I’ve looked at many doctoral programs. This one was so rooted in relevancy and action that I could not resist! The ability to study while remaining active in ministry drew me to this program, as did the academic rigor and the ability to journey with colleagues from so many different experiences. What I didn’t expect, however, was how immediately valuable our learnings would be in our day-to-day lives. I am pleased at the benefits I’m already reaping in year one.”
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