Doctor of Ministry (DMIN)

Doctor of Ministry (DMIN)

DMIN 810  Foundations for the Doctor of Ministry  3 Credit Hour(s)  

This course provides a general introduction to the Doctor of Ministry program. Students are presented an overview of the program along with doctoral research and writing resources. These resources are then utilized to examine various theological and ministry concepts academically in preparation for progress through the program.

Note: Admission to the DMIN program

Offered: Online

DMIN 820  Research and Thesis Development  3 Credit Hour(s)  

This introductory course prepares the DMIN candidate for an understanding and completion of the groundwork elements required to begin writing their DMIN proposal. The course is designed to help students identify researchable DMIN thesis projects, build sound arguments for a thesis through literature and biblical evaluation, and develop competent research skills to complete the thesis project.

Note: Admission to the DMIN program

Offered: Online

DMIN 830  Thesis Project Proposal Development  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: DMIN 820

This course guides the candidate toward the completion of the DMIN thesis project proposal. The student will write each chapter and revise them as needed in preparation to present the proposal to an assigned mentor. Acceptance of the proposal by a mentor is required in order to pass the course.

Note: Admission to the DMIN program

Offered: Online

DMIN 840  Thesis Project Writing Stage 1  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: DMIN 830

The candidate will write, revise, and complete chapters 1 and 2 of their DMIN thesis project. In addition, the candidate will complete and submit their IRB application in order to begin the field research phase of their project.

Note: Admission to the DMIN program

Offered: Online

DMIN 880  Research and Writing of the Thesis Project  3 Credit Hour(s)  

An introduction to the Thesis Writing Process and how ministry is enhanced using current electronic resources. Students will be introduced to all phases of the D.Min Thesis writing process, including the thesis timeline, research, writing your thesis, and the finished product, including the abstract and the vita. Students will become familiar with the Thesis Manual and with resources available to them through the library and the Liberty University Writing Center. Use of electronic databases for ministry research and Turabian Formatting will be introduced.

Offered: Online

DMIN 885  Thesis Project Writing Stage 2  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: DMIN 840

This course allows the candidate time to conduct and evaluate research in coordination with a professional mentor. Once the research has been conducted, the student will complete the thesis project under the mentor supervision.

Note: Admission to the DMIN program

Offered: Online

DMIN 889  Thesis Project Writing  3 Credit Hour(s)  

DMIN 889 - Thesis Project Writing (3 hours)

Offered: Online

DMIN 890  Thesis Project Defense  3 Credit Hour(s)  

Online Prerequisite: DMIN 885

Note: Admission to DMIN program

Offered: Online

DMIN 995  Directed Research  3 Credit Hour(s)  
DMIN 997  Seminar in Pastoral Studies  3 Credit Hour(s)  
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