Preparation for those called to serve in other cultures by learning from veteran missionaries.
|Total Hours||64 credit hours|
|Degree Time Limit||7 years from first DTS class|
|Real-time courses||4 courses required |
(Fully Online degree)
|Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)||10 hours per academic year|
How do I select World Missions electives?
What should I do and know for my internship (INT5140)?
Students are required to complete an intercultural internship as a part of their program. This internship will be crafted on the basis of the student’s intended ministry objectives. Some portion of the internship might require an overseas component, depending on the student’s ministry goals. Students are encouraged to work closely with Dr. Ortiz or other WMIS faculty to identify and develop their internship early in the program.
The internship requires an application in order to be registered and will take time to complete. Students are encouraged to begin this internship application before registration opens for the semester in which they would like start.
30 hours completed
– Progress toward SF5100/5110
|Number of Semesters||2|
What is required for Graduation?
The following are degree worksheets specific to students who entered the MACM or reclassified to the MACM in the following academic years. If students have questions about their specific degree requirements or degree audit, students should contact their academic advisor.
Master’s level students keep their current Logos Bible Software package. Future Logos updates or upgrades are the responsibility of each person and not done through DTS.
DTS graduates have three options for further training: