This program provides pastors and other vocational ministers who have already attained the MDiv (or equivalent) a guided, educational, and flexible cohort experience in justice and community transformation. Grounded in liberation theology and social analysis, the program focuses on the development and application of practical tools for lasting, effective social transformation. You will craft your own project (dissertation) that addresses an area of needed social change, using your vocational ministry context as a base for that work.
This program may be a good fit for you if you are interested in:
In addition to achieving the core DMin degree learning outcomes, a graduate of the DMin in Social Transformation program will be able to:
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The Leader as Change Agent
Theologies of Liberation
Two DMin level courses or independent studies (as approved by advisor)
Research Tools and Proposal
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