The Doctor of Ministry program supports diverse areas of focus, or tracks, which require the successful completion of 24 core course hours and 6 hours of electives. Three hours for the Project Seminar are included in the core courses. Transfer credit is not accepted as a substitute for the required core courses. The project is generally written during the third year.

Track Start Date Lead Professors Anticipated Graduation Year
  January 2013 Lewis A. Parks May 2016

Life Together: Spirituality for Transforming Community

January 2014 Denise Dombkowski Hopkins; Beverly Mitchell May 2017
Arts and Theology January 2015 Deborah Sokolove May 2018
Leading as a Missional Entrepreneur in the Carolinas May 2015    
Soul Care for Pastors, Chaplains, and Clinicians January 2015 Michael S. Koppel May 2018
Church Leadership Excellence May 2015 Lovett H. Weems, Jr. May 2018 or 2019
Military Chaplains May 2015 Michael T. Bradfield May 2018 or 2019

DMin at Cambridge: (1) Tranformative  Leadership in Wesleyan Perspective X

December 2015 and April 2016 Bruce C. Birch May 2019 or 2020
Spirituality and Story January 2016 Lewis A. Parks May 2019
Faith, Health and Community January 2016 Sam Marullo May 2019
Church Leadership Excellence May 2016 Lovett H. Weems, Jr. May 2019 or 2020
DMin at Cambridge: Creative Ministries for Church Renewal in a Changing World August 2016 Bruce C. Birch  

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