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  • Objectives
    CSU’s Doctor of Ministry degree aims to provide the opportunity for advanced critical reflection on professional practice in the discipline of Christian Ministry and closely related fields.
  • Academic Title
    Doctor of Ministry
  • Course description
    About the course

    There are three main aims of the course:

        * the extension of a candidate's knowledge of the discipline of Christian Ministry which underpin his or her profession
        * the development of attributes required of the candidate to successfully identify, investigate and resolve problems confronting his or her profession
        * the successful conduct by the candidate of research into a current problem confronting the profession and the presentation of the findings of the research in a thesis.

    Objectives

    Upon completion of the course, graduates will be able to:

        * provide a research grounding for reflective practitioner research and practice-based research in the disciplines that constitute the field of Christian Ministry;
        * demonstrate an extended knowledge of the sub-disciplines of Christian Ministry and closely related fields;
        * develop to successfully identify, investigate and resolve problems confronting these fields;
        * carry out a program of research into current problems confronting Christian Ministry and present the findings of the research in a thesis or portfolio of research;
        * demonstrate a developed critical theological approach to ministry and leadership in their profession;
        * demonstrate a competitive advantage in achieving high-level success in their profession;
        * understand the need for, and have developed the capacity to, engender networks of trust and cooperation among ministry professionals;
        * demonstrate development of new skills in the professional areas of preaching, leadership, and management; and
        * demonstrate a greater understanding and appreciation of social issues in the mission of the church in a local and global context.

    Credit

    Up to 32 points credit may be given from the Master of Ministry for the successful completion of MIN540 and MIN541. These subjects are equivalent to:
    MIN740 Approaches to Enquiry in Ministry, and
    MIN741 Reflective Practitioner Perspectives in Ministry

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