Lincoln increasingly recognizes that for vocational leaders the DMin degree is becoming the desired next step for them beyond the MDiv in a pursuit of lifelong learning.
LCU’s DMin program focuses on Leadership Ministry with specializations available in:
Students must meet all applicable ATS standards in order to be admitted to the program, including a 3.0 GPA in their master’s degree program. The purpose of the Doctor of Ministry program in Leadership Ministry is to glorify God by nurturing and equipping servant leaders for a lifetime of increasingly effective ministry. In order to accomplish this purpose, the Seminary has established the following six goals for all DMin students:
"The DMin program has delivered on my expectation for a program with high academic value and relevant ministry application. What I didn't expect, but what I have come to really appreciate is the peer learning that has occurred. The interaction with fellow ministry professionals has had a deep and profound impact on my own spiritual formation."
David Huskey, Chief Student Officer
Nebraska Christian College