Doctor of Ministry (DMin)

Covid-19 Update: Wycliffe is making it possible for you to study from wherever you are this coming academic year. 

 

Description

  • The DMin is a flexible program that develops a critical and comprehensive understanding of the theory and practice of ministry.

  • You will engage in critical reflection on your ministry in a collaborative way with other students in the program.

  • You will research a specific area related to your ministry.

 

Who’s It For?

  • For people currently in ministry who hold a Master of Divinity degree and have at least 3-5 years of ministry experience

 

Time to Complete

  • Four years

 

Components

  • The Collaborative Learning Group, which is engaged on campus during summer residentials and online throughout the academic year

  • The development of an Individual Learning Plan

  • A Ministry Base Group

  • A College Advisor

  • A Comprehensive Examining Committee

  • A DMin Thesis Director

  • A DMin Thesis Proposal Committee 

  • A DMin Thesis Examining Committee

 

For more information about this program

Please see the DMin Handbook.

 

How to Apply

The application for admission to the Toronto School of Theology, which sets forth the applicant's academic background and objectives.