Northwestern has been training the next generation of missionaries and ministers for over 100 years. The curriculum for this degree was developed by faculty with practical ministry experience. Each course is structured to allow you to focus on your specific areas of interest and calling. You will be encouraged to pursue personalized internship opportunities and explore ways in which you can immediately apply your coursework to your current ministry or job.
Here you will construct a ministry philosophy to guide you through your ministry and work. You can build your ministry based on the foundations of Northwestern’s rich Christ-centered, evangelical heritage.
This degree is available in a blended format (courses are taught on campus, homework is submitted online). It can be completed in as little as 18 - 22 months.
If you have a heart to serve the Lord through serving others, this might be the right degree for you.
You will learn to minister effectively and grow closer to God.
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Professors at Northwestern are focused on their students first. Our faculty include experts in their respective fields who want to help you grow in your faith while you earn your degree.
Randall O’Brien keeps one foot in the Church and the other in the University of Northwestern. He is uniquely called and gifted to develop leaders within diverse organizations and settings. He has...Read Full Bio
Prior to my current position, I served for fourteen years in urban multicultural settings in Milwaukee, Wis. and Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota as Vice President of Twin Cities Urban...