Program Description

Agathon UAF’s 45 Hr Doctor of Ministry in Applied Faith (45 Hr DMin) equips experienced ministry leaders with a practical contextualization of Transformative Learning and Leadership concepts to current and aspirational ministry environments.


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(24 Monthly Payments)


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Program Learning Outcomes

  1. To equip experienced ministry leaders for innovative and transformative leadership in applied faith contexts.
  2. To enhance experienced ministry leaders’ expression of Biblical worldview-based theory, practice, and assessment for current ministry contexts.
  3. To produce in Learners an increased aptitude for multidimensional analysis, critical thought, and the synthesizing of transformative learning and leadership principles for maximized ministry practice.

Degree Planner and Course List

Interdisciplinary Theory and Research Core – (18 Hours)

PHIL7101 Comparative Worldview and Systems of Interdisciplinary Thought

LANG7101 Languages for Transformative Research

PHIL7301 Hermeneutics in Transformative Literature

PHIL7303 Models of Learning and Leadership in Transformative Literature

EDUC7501 Applied Research Concepts and Method


EDUC7511 Worldview Premises for Transformative Learning and Leadership (Analysis of Genesis)


EDUC7517 Worldview Premises for Transformative Learning and Leadership (Analysis of Matthew)


EDUC7537 Worldview Premises for Transformative Learning and Leadership (Analysis of Romans)

Transformative Learning Core – (12 Hours)

INTR7101 Advanced Learning Theory

PHIL7501 Systems of Philosophical and Theological Thought

INTR7701 Diversity, Special Needs, and Multicultural Contexts for Learning

EDUC7901 Specialized Competencies in Transformative Learning


Transformative Leadership Core – (9 Hours)

INTR7303 Conflict Resolution and Counseling

EDUC7703 Organizational Leadership

EDUC7903 Specialized Competencies in Transformative Leadership

Dissertation – (6 Hours)

DISS8101 Dissertation I

DISS8103 Dissertation II