Roy J. Fish School of Evangelism and Missions
Master of Arts in Missiology
Integrating theological preparation and direct missionary experience
A specialized degree plan which allows students to integrate their theological preparation and direct missionary experience.
- 68 hours
- Prior missionary experience can serve for course credit
The degree requires students to integrate academic inquiry and missions practice. The program of study will follow either the Short Term Mission Praxis, for students with prior missionary service, or the Great Commission Mentorship, for students who will complete the required missionary service under faculty supervision. Candidates with prior experience evaluate their missions service with the Associate Dean of the Fish School. Candidates without prior missionary experience complete three semesters of field ministry with a mentor in conjunction with the professor of the Great Commission Mentorships.
Meet Your Faculty
“I think any role we play as professors here is way beyond the classroom. I think it’s a life calling. This is not a job.”
Associate Professor of Islamic Studies
To be admitted to the degree, a student must fulfill the following prerequisites:
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or equivalent.
- Two years of prior missionary service deemed acceptable by the Associate Dean of the Fish School or a commitment to finish the equivalent of two years of missionary service under faculty supervision.
|Old Testament I
|Old Testament II
|New Testament I
|New Testament II
|Systematic Theology I
|Systematic Theology II
|Systematic Theology III
|Church History I
|Church History II
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