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Programs

Master of Arts in Ministry

The Graduate Program at Grace Bible College offers Master’s Degrees in a 100% online format to help you enhance your ministry.

Description:

The Master of Arts in Ministry (MAMin) at Grace Bible College is a fully online, 36-credit graduate degree designed to refresh your biblical and theological outlook and hone the practical skills you need for ministry in 21st century church and culture.

Required Courses

MIN 501

Program Seminar

3

BIB 525

Galatians and Roman

3

MIN 515

Communicating for Transformation

3

MIN 530

Transformational Leadership

3

MIN 540

Ministry and Culture

3

HUM 550

Dynamics of Counseling

3

THE 525

Historical Theology Perspectives

3

MIN 550

Practical Application of Pauline Theology

3

BIB 540

Isaiah

3

THE 540

Contemporary Theology Perspectives

3

THE 560

Studies in Dispensational Theology

3

MIN 590

MA Thesis

3

 

Total Credits

36

Length

24 months to complete

Each individual student’s length of program may vary depending on transfer credits accepted. An official education plan will be completed upon receiving official transcripts from prior colleges.


Credits

  • 36 credits

Admission Requirements:

  • Admissions Application Free to Apply
  • Official Transcripts from all prior colleges where the student received an undergraduate degree and if they wish to transfer college credits.
  • Three References: You will need to submit the name, phone number, and email address for a Personal Reference, Pastoral Reference, and an Academic/Professional Reference. These individuals will be contacted by your enrollment counselor during the admissions process.
  • Writing Sample: To ensure that students are adequately prepared for graduate level work, we ask that you submit a sample of your academic writing as part of your application for admission. You may submit a piece of writing from your undergraduate work, or you may elect to develop an essay specifically for this admissions requirement.