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The Doctor of Ministry – Discipleship is ideal for training individuals in order to strengthen their ministry abilities. Upon completion, students should be able to provide knowledge and leadership in evangelism, theology, and helping others understand the Great Commission. The Doctor of Ministry – Discipleship was designed to equip and train church leaders, missionaries and pastors who want to have a closer relationship with God and others.
The Doctor of Ministry – Discipleship requires the completion of 33 credit hours. Students have the option to transfer in maximum of six credits from an accredited institution. Liberty University requires that for this program, 27 credit hours must be earned through LU. Prospective students will take core courses, discipleship cognate courses, and elective courses. Also required is a 9 credit hour thesis, consisting of thesis project writing. Students need a minimum of a B- on their thesis project. Upper level counseling courses wishing to be used as elective credit will need approval from the LU Online Transfer Evaluation Office.
A few examples of courses individuals might take in the program could include: Biblical and Philosophical Foundations of Disciple Making, Growth and Development of the Contemporary Minister, and Historical and Practical Discipleship Models. Students earning this degree have the potential to pursue career options as a senior pastor, outreach pastor, professor, or church administrator.
Liberty University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. This is the regional accrediting body for southern states.
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