St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute is where one’s path to a Doctor of Ministry begins, taking foundational DMin courses with its exceptional faculty teams, ecumenical student body, and accessible class schedule. Ashland Theological Seminary is where that journey culminates, drawing on the strength of one of the oldest DMin programs in the country, and on the wisdom of faculty and student colleagues from around the country.
Students in the DMin partnership have two options for program of study while at St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute.
Option 1 – Three Foundational Courses
BS862.1 Reading Scripture (Fall semester) – Instructors Dr. Mike Gorman and Rev. Dr. Amy Richter
ST806.1 Living Theology (Spring semester) – Instructor Rev. Dr. Brent Laytham
ST815.1 Enculturating Leadership (Summer semester)
Option 2 – CONNECT: Faith, Health, & Medicine (This option will be available again in fall of 2018.)
An integrated examination of the biblical, theological, moral, and relational dynamics of faith and health. For 2016-2017 course details, click HERE.