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M.A. IN Pastoral Ministry Program
The InMinistry Center was created on the campus of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary in 2001. Originally designed to deliver the off-campus option of the Master of Divinity, it now serves pastors pursuing the Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry degree. With over 235 students across the US, Canada, and Bermuda, the Center serves English-speaking North American Division Adventist pastors seeking masters-level theological education by providing: All classes necessary for the Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry (MAPMIN) degree General continuing education opportunities and resources (CEU) Field-delivered intensive classes by Seminary professors and other ministry practitioners accentuate adult learning in the context of active ministry practice. Intensive classes are offered twice a year (mid-April and November) often integrating class projects applicable to ministry. Admission requires: Bachelors degree or equivalent from an accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 2.50. Provide evidence of successful pastoral leadership during the last five years. Be recommended by their local conference administration. Classes cover the spectrum of biblical, theological, mission, ministry praxis, and church history. Course delivery currently occurs in nine unions of the North American Division (see degree program for specifics). A student in the MAPMin degree can expect to complete the full program in less than four years, including one session on the campus of Andrews University.
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