The Master of Arts in Christian ministry is a 36-hour degree program that equips students with foundational instruction in the theological disciplines to order to enhance various capacities useful in ministerial leadership. Students are also trained in spiritual formation practices and are able to develop other pastoral skills connected their callings.
Students may take classes on campus or online. As many as 24 hours may be earned in the distance format; however, at least 12 hours must be earned in residence through weeknight or weekend intensive formats. The M.A.C.M. culminates in a comprehensive examination based on a case-study approach. It also a semester of field education experience.