Doctor of Ministry
In keeping with Fordham University's Jesuit mission, the program gives special, though not exclusive, attention to the Christian and Catholic religious tradition. A major concern of the program is to explore the social role that religious ministry can play in dealing with cultural and theological issues, such as: Ecology, Feminism, Multiculturalism, Globalization, Enculturation, Peace and Justice, and Spirituality.
The DMin program is designed to prepare reflective and competent professionals for positions of leadership in religious ministry. The program strives to discover and nurture sound scholarship, meaningful research and the interdependence of theory and practice.
The Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Program has moved to a blended program of Online and On-Campus course work.
Students may complete as few as 4 courses on campus, offered in an intensive format during January intersession. All other coursework may be completed online or on campus.On campus courses are offered in the evening and in intensive formats.
The Doctor of Ministry program offers four concentrations in the areas of: Spirituality, Pastoral Ministry, Latino Ministry, and Genrealist. For more information about these concentrations, see the DMin handbook or concentrations page.