Doctor of Ministry
The Doctor of Ministry degree offers pastors, missionaries and leaders an opportunity for professional and personal growth. The student will be equipped for a higher level of competent practice of ministry than that achieved in the foundation work.
Doctor of Ministry
Students wanting to enter the 36-credit Doctor of Ministry program must have completed a Master’s Degree or an equivalent of 156 credit hours.
Multiple Options Available
R9,220 x 2
R4,610 x 4
R1650 x 12
Dominion Bible School does not have a prescribed academic year. Students may apply and commence their studies at any time of the year.
|Adult Faith Development
|Leading Christian Organizations
|Cultural Studies for Evangelism
|Advanced Pastoral & Counseling Ministry
|The Ministry of the Holy Spirit
- Demonstrate an understanding of the theory and practice of personal spiritual formation.
- Gain knowledge of leadership development, personal leadership styles, the art of spiritual leadership, and learn how to apply this knowledge in ministry practice.
- Study historical and contemporary church movements and reflect on contemporary concerns in the practice of ministry.
- Be able to apply their knowledge in local ministry practice and will make a contribution to the greater Christian community.
- Demonstrate an advanced comprehension of the Biblical and theological foundations that inform Christian ministry.
- Demonstrate an advanced functioning as integrative, reflective practitioners of ministry.
- Develop greater professional competence in the practice of ministry.
- Demonstrate increased ability to integrate classical theological studies with functional studies in the context of the practice of ministry.
- Demonstrate a deep understanding of their personal and ministry strengths and weaknesses.
- Demonstrate enhanced competency in social/cultural analysis for ministry in the global context.
- Integrate a greater understanding of Scripture into various ministry contexts.
- Demonstrate advanced integration of Biblical and pastoral disciplines pertaining to ministry in the church.