Doctor of Arts - Evangelism/Missions 

Courses for the Doctor of Arts (Evangelism/Missions) program:

 

  • OT40100   Psalms

  • PC20500   Reality of the Supernatural

  • TH45558   Daniel

  • TH43338   Doctrine of Christ - Advanced

  • TH48881  Doctrine of the Holy Spirit

  • CS43358    Job II

  • CS43357    Crucial Conversations

  • CS43348    Prayer Advanced

  • NT41705    Acts B-2(if A-1 has not taken) 

  • PS61500    Leadership Ministry PS-615

  • NT41892    Thessalonians II

  • CS33226   Theology of Christian Counseling 

  • NT42025   Cognitive Behavior Therapy

  • DR8802    ​DISSERTATION REQUIRED

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admission Requirements:  For adult students interested in beginning or completing their post-graduate degree, the Vineyard Place Biblical Seminary offers flexible educational opportunities. Students seeking to enroll in the Doctor of Arts (Evangelism/Missions) program must complete an online admission application, evaluation form, and must have completed an approved 120 semester hour program of study. 

 

The Doctor of Arts (Missions/Evangelism) degree is a 60-semester core curriculum hour program that students may complete at their own rate of progress. 

 

When people are faced with life crisis or uncertainties, they often seek support from someone who can counsel them in a spiritual circumstance. You have chosen the degree for the kind of person who has empathy and would like to make a difference in the lives of others. 

Earning a degree in Missions and Evangelism could be the most important decision you will make for your future.

The Doctor of Missions is specifically designed for those church leaders working within the church who are called to fill a counselor’s role. It is ideal for all pastors, associate pastors, and church leaders seeking to advance their counseling skills.

The program is very accessible to both full-time and busy pastors, leaders and layman with all courses being available through the VBS Distance Education Formats. The completion of course this require a completed dissertation.