Emmanuel and St. Chad
Doctor of Ministry in Contextual & Practical Theology: Offered by the Saskatoon Theological Union (STU) (which includes the Anglican College of Emmanuel & St. Chad), this DMin program is a cohort-based program for those who wish to complete a graduate degree without having to relocate. Students in the cohort will begin the program by spending ten days being oriented and beginning to learn together Saskatoon in September 2023. The remainder of the three year program will be offered using a hybrid format of in-person and online learning. Students will be encouraged to come to Saskatoon on other occasions during the course of their studies for intensive five-day learning opportunities. This degree is intended to sharpen ministry skills and build a student’s capacity in their place of ministry. For more information, please contact the DMin Director at [email protected].
Centre for Christian Studies
The Leadership Development Module is a 2-week intensive course, offered twice per year, usually in June and in August. Each year one LDM is held in Winnipeg and one somewhere else in Canada. The LDM can be taken as a stand-alone course or as the introduction to the CCS Diploma Program or 1-year Certificate Program. (It is a prerequisite for all other CCS programs.)
Toronto School of Theology
The Doctor of Ministry is a professional degree, for those primarily seeking to integrate advanced theological study with the practice of ministry. Students must have a first degree in theology and will have spent at least five years in professional ministry. It is taught in a collaborative and ecumenical context and requires a thesis.
Continuing education courses can be taken as stand-alone courses or as part of a Certificate in Faith-Based Community Development. These courses will guide students in developing new skills to help their faith group, church, or religious NGO navigate, design, and implement transformative change.
Graduate Diploma in Contemplative Theology and Spiritual Mentorship is intended for students in theology who have taken basic courses in spirituality and wish to deepen their knowledge in this area, and for students in counselling and spirituality or for professionals in psychology who wish to deepen the spiritual dimension. The program consists of five courses offered on campus in a single year: two courses each in the Fall and Winter, in a weekend format, and a two-week intensive in May. The program cohort is limited to fifteen people in order to assure group discussion and learning in a seminar format.
Doctor of Ministry is an applied research degree program designed to give professionals a deeper appreciation of the plurality of forms and understandings of ministry. It assists students in developing knowledge and appropriate methodologies for the advanced critical study of ministry through applied research, combining the resources of theological study and reflection with the methodologies of the social sciences to equip leaders with the skills needed for critical practicum research and the generation of new knowledge. The program is considered a full-time program of study and all students must complete at least six sessions of full-time registration. Even though students may not be physically on-campus throughout this period and on-campus instruction will be offered in intensive two-week modules, students are required to follow a schedule of readings and assignments and to engage in on-going research based on their professional practice of ministry. Students are expected to complete all requirements within four years.