Continuing Education for Doctor of Ministry Grads

Tyndale Seminary’s Post-DMin program keeps students connected and sharpens skills

By Tyndale Communications  /  Tuesday, April 13, 2021

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Doctor of Ministry (DMin) graduates can now choose to continue learning and growing through professional development courses at Tyndale Seminary. The Post-Doctor of Ministry Certificate program is specifically designed for DMin graduates who enjoy networking with peers, learning from academic experts and developing skills in a particular niche, such as preaching or church planting.

Dr. Mark Chapman“DMin students often tell us they miss the classroom experience as well as the engagement with professional peers after they graduate,” says Dr. Mark Chapman, Director of the DMin Program. “There are currently very few resources that offer individuals with DMin degrees professional development at their level of educational ability and from a Christian perspective, so the Post-DMin addresses that need.”

Students can complete their Post-DMin Certificate within three years, taking one course at a time and focused on three areas:

  • Leadership: Focuses on improving leadership capacity to understand systems, manage change and develop as an organization.
  • Preaching: Attends to spiritual and character growth to help students become proficient in the theory and practice of preaching.
  • Non-Profit Organizational Leadership: Focuses on organizational leadership specifically for non-profit Christian organizations from multiple sectors (international development, missions, denominational, para-church, etc.).

Dr. Michael Krause“We hope the Post-DMin program will create new communities of learning in specialized areas that will encourage networking with other leaders in those fields," says Dr. Michael Krause, DMin Leadership Track Coordinator. “As students learn from experts and experienced practitioners, they will hone skills in their particular ministry niche and enhance their ministry competency.”