The Saskatoon Theological Union (STU) is now accepting applications for its fully ecumenical Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program in Contextual and Practical Theology, to begin in September 2023.
STU’s DMin program is a cohort-based program for those who wish to complete a graduate degree without having to relocate. Students in the cohort will begin the program by spending ten days being oriented and beginning to learn together Saskatoon. The remainder of the program will be offered using a hybrid format of in-person and online learning. Personal mentoring and guidance are at the heart of this program.
The Doctor of Ministry is a professional degree intended to sharpen ministry skills and build a student’s capacity in their place of ministry. To enroll in the program, it is vital that a student’s current ministry site is prepared to support the student’s learning and to cooperate with the student’s research plans and goals.
The Doctor of Ministry program is a creation of the STU’s three member schools: Lutheran Theological Seminary, St Andrew’s College, and the College of Emmanuel & St Chad. The DMin program is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) in the United States and Canada.
The next anticipated date for admissions to the DMin program is September 2023.