The Doctor of Missiology (DMiss) program equips practitioners, leaders, and trainers who minister in cross-cultural mission contexts through focused study and research in social-science and theological fields of study.
This program is offered in five possible emphases.
The DMiss degree is pursued while engaged in ministry. The curriculum is cohort-based and designed to be completed in four modules.
Modules will include
1) pre-session reading, field research, application activities, and online discussions with the cohort group,
2) a residential period of at least 4 weeks on the campus of Andrews University
3) post-session projects and/or paper.