The DMin program offers those engaged in ministry an opportunity to deepen and hone their skills in theological reflection, pastoral ministry, and community development. The DMin is a program offered at the Saskatoon Theological Union, through St. Andrew’s College and the Lutheran Theological Seminary.
The DMin program is open to people in traditional and non-traditional ministry settings. An MDiv (or equivalent) is required, as are at least three years of ministry experience. The program specializes in rural ministry and community development, but is not limited to these areas.
Courses are offered as week-long intensives (typically in Saskatoon) and online. Students are part of a peer cohort of learners and will engage one another throughout the program. Students thus have an opportunity to learn and grow from engaged theological conversation with ministry colleagues and peers in the DMin program.
Learn more about the DMin program by downloading the course requirements or by contacting program director Jennifer Janzen-Ball by email or at (306) 966-8943.