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    Online Doctor of Ministry Degree in Christian Ministry

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Institutional Membership(s): SOC PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Doctoral - Doctoral Enrollment: 250 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: E-mail, Postal, Voice Subject: Philosophy and Religious Studies METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through internet

    Supplemental delivery formats include internet

     
    DESCRIPTION
    Southern Christian University offers the Doctor of Ministry degree program to qualified persons currently engaged in ministry. The Doctor of Ministry program builds on and extends previous theological education and experience. Students can use this degree to increase their general effectiveness or tailor their program toward a particular specialty.

    The purpose of this advanced level program is to help focus the efforts and develop the effectiveness of persons in ministry. The SCU program utilizes the candidate's own work setting as a primary learning resource. Much of the course work involves in-service projects of direct benefit to the candidate's ministry. The intent is to integrate these dimensions into a working totality for each minister. Integration at many levels is one of the important features of the program; of religion and contemporary life, or professional work and personal life, and of the knowledge of the disciplines such as: Scripture, theology, church history, and the practice of ministry.

    The program provides occasions for disciplined study, critical reflection, and evaluation on ministry issues.

    The Doctor of Ministry is distinguished from the Master of Divinity in that it demands a higher level of competence, more extensive analytical skills, and greater ability to do practical and thorough research related to ministry. The Doctor of Ministry is distinguished from a PhD or ThD in that it focuses specifically on excellence in practical ministry rather than academic research and languages.
     
    SPECIAL ENROLLMENT ISSUES
    None.
    TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
    Recommended requirements:
    Hardware: Minimum requirements for Windows: 200 MHz (400 MHz preferred) Pentium R processor or equivalent, 32-64 MB of RAM (64MB RAM preferred), V.90-56Kbps modem

    SCU will work with students to help determine if their computer, etc. is adequate.
    ACCESS TO LEARNING RESOURCES
    SCU's learning resources is available through its online catalog. Students may view SCU's holdings and request resources via the Internet. First Search program is available online to registered students. First Search and ProQuest Database give students access to 65 databases, including the Library of Congress, and the ATLA index. These databases include abstracts and full texts of many sources. In addition to SCU's monograph collection which exceeds 70,000 volumes, there are over 275 subscriptions in either print form or through full-text databases, along with another one hundred subscriptions of general religious interest. Back files of these titles and others are also available, along with the proper indexes to facilitate their use.

    The University Resource Center has protocol agreements with a number of institutions, allowing its students full or limited use of their facilities. These agreements allow its students to expand their research process through access to other collections.

    The interlibrary loan program supplements local holdings. SCU is a member of the American Theological Users Group (ATUG), which allows access to the collections of 150 theological schools through an online database.

    The University of Alabama in Huntsville has issued a letter of intent to SCU stating that it will provide Library and Research Services to Southern Christian University for its Distance Learning programs beginning the Fall 2001.

    Students can request materials from SCU's library by calling 1-800-351-4040, ext. 120. Students are provided with a textbook and publishers list so that they can order their textbooks directly from the publishers, thereby avoiding any markups.
    ACCESS TO FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES
    All students making application to the program receive a financial aid packet. The packet includes information on how students can complete their Application for Financial Aid online.

     


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