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SPIRIT-FILLED DOCTOR OF MINISTRY THROUGH DISTANCE LEARNING


Now you can complete a Spirit-Filled Doctor of Ministry degree program through distance learning (online studies).  The Doctor of Ministry Program requires at least a 60 SCH Masters degree in theological studies, biblical studies or similar field.   

The doctoral programs at Biblical Life College and Seminary are designed after the Hebraic model of research and the development of a dissertation. The student is encouraged to choose a subject that either reflects his main mission in the Body of Christ or where the Holy Spirit is releasing a new passion for discovery.

As a part of Biblical Life College and Seminary's Spirit-filled doctoral programs, we encourage our students to use the conversational style of writing in the development of their dissertation. The secondary goal of our doctoral programs is to have our students produce works that are publishable. The dissertation will not only result in a student graduating, it will produce a viable work that will inspire and instruct the Body of Christ.


Doctor of Ministry


Program Prerequisite:  Master of Theology or equivalent. (60 SCHS Masters degree in a ministry/theology or related field).

Tuition:  $4,300.00

Student Loan Program:  $100.00 down with enrollment and $121.42 a month for 35 months.

Phase I

The student is to submit a subject that he has chosen to do his research on for this doctoral project.  Once the subject is approved, he is to read 20 books dealing with some aspect of the subject. He is then to write a report on each of the books and submit them to his Doctoral Project Advisor.

Phase II

The student is to complete a 600 hour field project within his local Church in the area of his research.  The field project provides a lab to test out his theories and models of ministry that he will be writing about in this dissertation.

Phase III

The student is to submit a proposal of his dissertation to the committee assigned to him for this project.  Once the proposal has been approved, the student may proceed with his dissertation.

The student may choose to send in a draft copy of his dissertation before submitting the final copy for evaluation.  The draft copy will be reviewed by his Seminary Advisor and any changes or suggestions will be forwarded back to the student so that he may finalize his work.

The completed dissertation of 55,000 words or more in length is to be submitted to the Seminary for consideration.  A four-member (minimum) committee has been assigned to the student for his program.  He is to submit a copy for each member.  Once the dissertation is approved, the student is to have it hard bound for the Seminary library.

Once all research has been completed, field project reports have been reviewed and the dissertation accepted by the committee, the Doctor of Ministry degree will be conferred by the Seminary.


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