This Doctor of Ministry program will allow you to explore the intersection of theology and the arts. It offers in-depth exposure to the ways in which theology and ministry can be illuminated by the arts, creativity and the imagination, and conversely the ways in which the practice of the arts can be illuminated by theology and religious understanding. You’ll have the opportunity to craft your own research or “arts of ministry” project (dissertation) at the intersection of theology and the arts, 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 Theology and the Arts program will be able to apply the arts to their ministerial or vocational context in a way that demonstrates an in-depth understanding of the ways that the arts inform one’s own theological and ecclesial tradition, spiritual formation, and vocation as a leader:
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Images and Ideologies
The Arts for Leadership
Two DMin level courses or independent studies (as approved by advisor)
Research Tools and Proposal
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