CAREY’S VISION IS TO EMPOWER FAITHFUL CHRISTIAN LEADERS FOR EVERY GENERATION, CULTURE, AND COMMUNITY.
Program Overview - Doctor of Ministry PDF
EMPOWERING FAITHFUL CHRISTIAN LEADERS for every generation, culture, and community.
Greetings from Carey Theological College!
We are a school leading the way in globally-informed theological education. Our Doctor of Ministry studies is based on solid evangelical, biblical, and theological foundations, and will hold you to rigorous academic standards while challenging you to think and act with faithfulness towards God's world. We have arranged world-class faculty to facilitate your ministry research as you interact with peers representing diverse cultures and backgrounds. Carey's beautiful campus facilities are cradled in the midst of the University of British Columbia, one of the world’s best universities. Through our interactive online courses and mentorship learning model, you can choose to study from anywhere in the world or join us in person!
Our vision is to see you flourish as a Christian leader for your generation, your culture, and your community.
If you sense that God is urging you to grow deeper into ministry, we’d love to speak with you. Get in touch to see how we can build a course of studies tailored to your unique needs.
Dr. William H. Brackney
PART-TIME STUDY DURATION
Preaching and Worship
Global Christianity and Cross-cultural Ministries
The Administrative Ministries Stream is designed to equip those who are called to various forms of leadership in the churches and parachurch organization in senior administrative positions.
Emerging Congregational Ministry
The Emerging Congregational Ministry Stream is designed to equip students to conduct congregational analyses, compare various models of congregational life, and contextualize emerging churches. Of particular interest are women in leadership roles, the ministry and mission of the whole people of God, and the dynamics of religious voluntarism.
We believe that faithful Christian leaders must be able to thoughtfully integrate theology, mission, and ministry.
Through the Doctor of Ministry program, our faculty is committed to helping you become more:
... faithful and joyful in your ministry.
... thoughtful and intentional in how you allow theological concerns to inform matters in the real world.
... encouraged and hopeful as you pursue your vocational fit.
The D.Min. program is embedded into the life of the church and is best suited to students who are able to regularly act and reflect in the context of a ministry setting. It is normally only offered to those who will be in active ministry roles for the duration of the program.
Peter Ahn - Carey D.Min Student, Pastor of Living Hope Fellowship
The D.Min Program helped me in two ways; to renew myself and promote my spirituality, and to recheck my theology of ministry and expand my thoughts through discussion with teachers and classmates. I highly recommend the D.Min. program at Carey to anyone looking to further their knowledge in ministry.
- JOY LEE, D.MIN. GRADUATE
Interdisciplinary Ministry Reflection & Doctoral Studies Foundations (6 credits)
DMCO990 - DOCTOR OF MINISTRY FOUNDATION - 6 CREDITS
2.Specialization Electives (15 credits):
With a variety of options from Carey courses, conference courses, transfers, and a maximum of 2 courses offered as guided study, you and your supervisor work together to shape the curriculum in the direction most appropriate for your learning objectives. You may specialize in a focus area of your choice (e.g. preaching, missional leadership, pastoral care, spiritual direction) or take a variety of courses as electives
15 credits of elective courses
Other guided studies or courses based upon approval by the D.Min. Program Director
3.Integration (9 credits):
- MNTR 900 - ONLINE PEER MINISTRY REFLECTION GROUP - 1 CREDITS
- MNTR 901 - ONLINE PEER MINISTRY REFLECTION GROUP - 1 CREDITS
- DMPS906 - DOCTORAL PROJECT - 7 CREDITS
|YEAR 1||Ministry Reflection & Doctoral Studies Foundations (6)||Elective #1|
|YEAR 2||Elective #2||Elective #3||Elective #4||Elective #5|
|YEAR 3||Doctoral Project (9)|
William H. Brackney Ph.D (Temple) Director of Program; Historical Theology and Global Ethics
Joyce Y. Chan Ph.D (Baylor) Church History; Chinese Church and Ministry
Simon Chan Ph.D (Cambridge) Worship and Theology
Allan Effa Ph.D (Fuller) Global and Multicultural Studies
David E. Goatley Ph.D. (Southern) Black Church Studies; Contextual Theology
Colin Godwin Ph.D. (IBTS) Anabaptist Studies; Administrative Ministries
Grace Johnston Ph.D. (Dalhousie) Health Sciences; Ministry
Scott Kindred-Barnes Ph.D. (Toronto) Worship and Ministry
Larry J. Kreitzer Ph.D (Kings, London) Baptist Studies; New Testament
Teemu Lehtonen Ph.D; D.Min (Tampere; Acadia) Education; Ministry
Bernie Potvin Ph.D (Alberta) Education; Ministry
Deborah Rooke Ph.D (Oxon) Old Testament
John W. Shouse Ph.D (Southern) Preaching and Worship; Ministry
Paul Wegner Ph.D (Kings, London) Old Testament; Biblical Theology
Catherine Morris BA (Alberta), JD (Alberta), LLM (UBC)