The DMin provides the opportunity for advanced critical reflection on professional practice in the discipline of Christian Ministry and closely related fields.
There are three main aims of the DMin:
- 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 of a research project into a current problem confronting the profession and the presentation of the findings of the research in a thesis.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 192 points of study, involving 4 core subjects and a dissertation.