The Doctor of Ministry Student Handbook provides orientation to current policy and procedure information for DTS D.Min. and D.Ed.Min. students.
This form guides the student through his or her applied research topic. This form must receive final approved by the Doctor of Ministry Committee.
This document outlines the basic responsibilities of a DMin applied research project advisor and second reader.
This template provides a grid to process a master’s degree in reaching MDiv equivalence for selected ministry leadership emphases and cohorts.
This template provides a grid to process a master’s degree in reaching MDiv equivalence for selected emphases and cohorts such as Marriage and Family Ministry, Spiritual Formation and Women in Ministry.
This template provides the grid to process a master’s degree in reaching MA/CE equivalence for entrance into the DTS DEdMin program.
Please download and read this important document once the final draft of your applied research project is complete.
Please download, complete and email this DM901 independent study form to the D.Min. office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for final approval and registration.
This document compliments the Turabian 7th Edition (8th Edition Forthcoming). Helpful input is provided on formatting the applied research project.
The Doctor of Ministry dissertation workflow document guides the student through a step by step process in writing and reviewing the applied research project at it various stages.
See page 11 in the DTS DMin Handbook under Academic Policies and Procedures. For quick reference it can be downloaded here.
This research proposal template is designed to provide a Turabian 8th Ed. framework.