The Global Ministries University Doctor of Theology Degree Program is offered completely online and can be custom designed to enhance yourgoals. Examples of possible areas of concentration for the Th.D. Degree Program are as follows: World Religions World Religions and Psychology Buddhist and Christian Studies Buddhist Art and Culture Religion, Buddhism, and Science Peace Studies Progressive Christianity Sacred Arts Sacred Music Psychology and Biblical Studies Religion and Economics Women’s Issues and Human Rights Religious Traditions of East Asia Hinduism and Christianity Religion and War Ethics and Religion
Our Doctor of Theology Degree Program is designed to foster research into comparative theological and ethical systems that stem from diverse faith traditions. To provide students with the best possible training in the study of global faiths, Global Ministries University has recruited specialized faculty members from North America, Europe, Africa and Asia who have academic and professional expertise in their respective theological fields.
Eligibility A Master of Theology degree or equivalent is required for acceptance into the Doctor of Theology Degree Program. Equivalency would be determined by GMU Staff through an assessment of individual’s background and experience.
Would you like to confirm your acceptance into this program? Submit the Degree Eligibility Form and you will receive a prompt reply. Core Requirements: Students must complete four online graduate courses selected from the Global Ministries University course catalogue and a Doctoral Project that explores ecumenical and interfaith theology related to student's academic goals for degree.
DR990 Doctoral Project Students will develop written goals for their doctoral project thesis in consultation with their mentor. This project should target a contemporary issue that is related to the student's needs and experience. The thesis should clearly demonstrate the student's fulfillment of those goals and be a reflection upon the experience with the learning from their course work and readings in the Doctor of Theology Degree Program.