The Doctor of Missiology degree with a concentration in Missions is built around a core of courses in Missions. Through it the student is taken to an advanced level of study in this field.
Prerequisite for enrollment in this program is an earned Master of Ministry degree (concentration in Missions) or its equivalent from Bethany or an acceptable college.
The student must have completed the following undergraduate courses or their equivalents: Mi-401 Indigenous Church building, 3SH; Mi-403 Cross Cultural Communication, 3SH; and Mi-404 Cross Cultural Church Planting 3SH. If the student has not completed these course subjects or their equivalent, they must be substituted for one of the courses listed in the D. Miss. Curriculum.
To receive this degree, the student must complete the following 54 SH program of specified courses beyond the Master’s level:
Mi-601 Directed Reading in Missions – 3SH
Pm-602 Advanced Homiletics – 3SH
Pm-606 Pastoral Administration – 3SH
Mi-602 Missions Practicum – 3SH
Rel-605 Religion in America I – 3SH
Pm-701 Pastoral Theology – 3SH
Hi-501 Christianity Through the Ages – 3SH
Cc-508 Competent to Counsel – 3SH
Pm-605 Expository Preaching – 3SH
Bi-601 Expositional Methods – 3SH
Ls-601 Computer Skills – 3SH
Ls-602 Research and Methodology – 3SH
Mi-601 Seminar – 3SH
Rel-603 World Religions – 3SH
Ph-601 Advanced Apologetics I – 3SH
Ph-602 Advanced Apologetics II – 3SH
Mi-701 Thesis – 6SH
Upon successful completion of this program, the student may be conferred upon the Doctor of Missiology.