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Master of Arts in Ministry

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The MAM program at Phoenix Seminary gives an opportunity for working professionals in both ministry and secular applications to study Scripture and ministry skills without the impact of a typical full-time educational schedule. The Master of Arts in Ministry with a concentration in Christian Studies is offered 100% online. It is an ideal option for foreign mission candidates, denominational administrators, church staff, Christian writers and editors, parachurch executives, Christian business leaders or lay Christians who simply wish to serve the church or ministry with the best preparation available.

Areas of Emphasis

Program Details

Program Requirements

BIBLICAL LITERATURE: 15 Credits Total

BL515 Hermeneutics: Principles of Interpretation

BL511 Old Testament 1: Genesis to Esther

BL512 Old Testament 2: Job to Malachi

BL513 New Testament 1: Matthew to Acts

BL514 New Testament 2: Romans to Revelation

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: 3 Credits Total

SF500 The Life of the Mind and the Love of God

INTERCULTURAL STUDIES: 3 Credits Total

IS504 Cross-Cultural & Diversity Competency

THEOLOGY: 12 Credits Total

TH511 Prolegomena, Scripture, and God

TH512 Anthropology, Christology, and Pneumatology

TH513 Soteriology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology

TH516 Christian Ethics

CONCENTRATION COURSES: 14 Credits

TOTAL CREDITS   47

Degree Program
Student Learning Outcomes

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