Doctor of Ministry (DMin)

Are you called?

Current DMin Student Rev. Jordan Lenaghan, OP recently penned his appreciation for his student experience. Click the image to read the article.
  • To transform a congregation?
  • To revolutionize a culture?
  • To build the future?
  • To be an architect of change?

Be the Spark
for Transformational Change

The Doctor of Ministry degree (DMin) is a professional doctoral degree meant to enrich religious leaders in traditional and non-traditional settings, to deepen their understanding of and commitment to ministry, and to refine its practice. The focus of the Boston University DMin is Transformational Leadership, and anyone can become a transformational leader. You first need the desire to build new skills and explore new ideas, to understand your community and know its strengths and needs, and a willingness to see possibilities for transformative change.

The DMin program is a three-year, low-residency degree program that combines online learning with intensive on-campus classes, and allows you to craft the program that you will need for your ministerial practice.

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