Doctor of Ministry
Innovation, flexibility, and education at your pace- this is South University’s Doctor of Ministry program. For the person engaged in ministry who wishes to have their skills enhanced and vision sharpened, South University’s DMin program provides an innovative solution to obtain Ministry’s highest degree. Students can move from their Bachelor’s degree, through our program toward their doctorate, without needing to spend years on a separate Master’s degree program.
The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree at South University is a 96 quarter hour program and is designed to be the first-professional degree to prepare ministry practitioners to seek vocational or bi-vocational ministry. The program helps to develop a student’s understanding of the nature and purpose of ministry, enhance the student’s competencies in ministry skills, and promote the student’s growth in spiritual maturity. Students will also gain lifelong learning skills that will enable them to continue their personal, intellectual and professional growth.
Focused and Flexible
Latest News and Blogs
Jun 16, 2021
Join South University in Celebrating the Class of 2021
This Saturday, June 19, at 12:00 PM ET, South University celebrates the Class of 2021 and Class of 2020 with a live virtual graduation event! Join us as we celebrate this milestone in our graduates’ lives.
May 28, 2021
10 Tips to Help You Transition from the Military to College
South University is proud to support veterans in their pursuit of higher education! Follow these helpful tips to ease your the transition from military service to college today.
Mar 03, 2021
5 Tips for Improving Your Productivity When Working from Home
Still struggling to find your WFH groove? Read these tips to improve your productivity when working from home, whether you’re taking an online class or working remotely!
Feb 19, 2021
South University, Tampa Nurses Help Administer the COVID-19 Vaccine Locally
South University is proud to support local Tampa Bay residents by working with Advent Health to help administer the COVID-19 vaccine locally through help from our staff and nursing students to 700 pre-registered Florida residents.
Feb 17, 2021
Nurses: How to Improve Communication Skills to Benefit Your Patients & Your Career
Communication is key to the nursing profession. From working with patients, patients’ families, and interprofessional colleagues, nurses must be able to communicate effectively.
Fill out the form and a representative will contact you today to better understand your academic goals plus answer any questions you may have.
Campuses offer flexible learning formats including:
on-campus, virtual instructions and online courses.
Success! Your request was submitted. We'll be in touch soon!
In the meantime, you can view some of our FAQs
If you want to talk to an admissions representative ASAP, please contact us at 1-888-444-3404