Doctor of Ministry in Community Organizing (DMin)
The DMin in Community Organizing provides you with the knowledge and skills to help direct and focus the physical, theological, spiritual, and moral energies of ordinary people to do community organizing. In this track, you will learn about theories of social change and ethnographic research methods and be taught by experienced community organizers to help you strengthen your work and ministry.
Working collaboratively in the Community Organizing track, students will test current knowledge, create new practices, advance the scholarship of community organizing, and learn skills and ways of thinking and doing that can and will transform ministry. - Dr. Angela Cowser, Coordinator for the DMin in Community Organizing