The vibrancy of the church in Canada and the world depends on effective leaders in all areas of ministry. Tyndale’s Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program is designed to improve your capacity and depth in your God-given vocation.
The program seeks to provide candidates with a collegial, academic and professional milieu in which you will advance your understanding of the nature, purposes, and practice of ministry; enhance your leadership and formational competencies in discernment, theological reflection, and in-ministry research; gain opportunities for personal and spiritual growth.
If you are interested in the DMin program, we encourage you to attend an Information Session. You can also register online to reserve your space.
- Ministry Leadership, which emphasizes your character and competencies as a Christian leader, organizational culture, facilitating change, and developing others as leaders.
- Spiritual Formation, which focuses on your spiritual life and practices, the study of Christian spirituality, and facilitating the formation of others.
- Preaching and Communication, which attends to your spiritual and character growth, proficiency in the theory and practice of preaching, and awareness of cultural and social contexts for relevantly communicating the gospel and the Christian faith.
Tyndale University College and Seminary is authorized by the province of Ontario, Canada , to confer the Doctor of Ministry degree (Ontario Legislature Bill PR21, 2003). The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), the primary accrediting body for seminaries in North America, has approved the offering of the DMin program at Tyndale. The school participates in periodic reviews as part of the process of maintaining the accreditation of its degree programs.