Master of Arts in Children’s Ministry/Master of Arts in Management
DUAL DEGREE PLAN
The purpose of the dual Master of Arts in Children’s Ministry and Master of Arts in Management degree program is to provide Christ-centered graduate-level education to prepare servant leaders for children’s ministry leadership in a variety of settings including the church, non-profit organizations, and advocacy programs for children.
In order to pursue a Dual Master’s Degree program, the applicant must apply to, meet the existing admission requirements for, and be accepted into each of the master’s degrees which comprise the dual degree program.
Note: Church Membership Requirement (for admission into the EDD in Educational Leadership—all concentrations, PHD in Leadership Studies’ Ministry Concentration, Master’s Ministry Degrees, and Advanced Ministry Certificate Programs): Within the last 12 months, the applicant must have been an active member of a Christian church that holds Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and who holds solely the Old Testament and the New Testament as sacred Scripture.
MA in Children’s Ministry Prerequisites
Old Testament Survey
New Testament Survey
MA in Management Prerequisites
Principles of Management
Prerequisites may be met with equivalent courses from another institution or from a passing grade on the GSOM Old Testament and New Testament equivalency exams and do not count toward degree completion.
Continuance in the program past the first 12 hours is pending submission of a satisfactory score on the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or Graduate Record Examinations® (GRE®).
MA IN CHILDREN'S MINISTRY REQUIRED CURRICULUM - 30 hours (excluding prerequisites)
DISC 5302 - Biblical Servant Leadership
MA IN MANAGEMENT REQUIRED CURRICULUM - 30 hours (excluding prerequisites)
MANA 6310 - Leadership in Management
MA in Children's Ministry Required Curriculum
MA in Management Required Curriculum
TOTAL Dual Degree (excluding prerequisites)
+Prerequisite: MACH 6311, MACH 6312
(S-L)=Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.
Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites.
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