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Message from the Program Director

Alicia Marill

Barry University's Doctor of Ministry program is designed to help experienced ministers develop and apply new academic and pastoral skills within their own ecclesial settings.

Our students are ordained and lay ecclesial ministers from Roman Catholic, Eastern and Greek Orthodox, and Protestant denominations. Students come from a variety of ethnic, socio-economic, geographic, and ministerial backgrounds, promoting quality classroom exchange and enhanced learning.

We are committed to doing all we can to help you finance your education. Barry University participates in federal and state financial aid programs. The Department of Theology and Philosophy offers a discount to graduate students engaged in full-time ministry. Graduate assistantships are sometimes available within the Department.

We invite you to join this community of scholars committed to study, exploration, and service!

Alicia Marill, DMin
Associate Professor
Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program

Continue in Ministry while you earn a D.Min.

Choose from three study options: Take courses during the fall and spring semesters in the Traditional Semester option. Spend just two weeks in classes and complete pre- and post-residency at your home in the Winter /Summer study option. Enroll in the fall, spring, winter or summer in the Study-through-the-Year option.

Hispanic/Latino Ministry and Theology.

Barry's Institute for Hispanic/Latino Theology and Ministry is uniquely poised to help you answer the call to understand and speak to the theological and cultural world of the Latinos(as) who help comprise your congregations. Faculty with great practical and academic experience offer courses through the Winter/Summer study option.

Theology Professor Gloria L. Schaab Publishes New Book on the Theology of God as Trinity

Dr. Gloria L. Schaab, SSJ, associate professor of theology, director of Graduate Programs in Theology and Ministry, and associate dean for General Education in the College of Arts and Sciences has published her new book Trinity in Relation: Creation, Incarnation, and Grace in an Evolving Cosmos (Winona, WI: Anselm Academic Press, a division of St. Mary's Press, 2012).

Trinity in Relation takes an original and comprehensive approach to Trinitarian theology, putting it in dialogue with evolutionary science and quantum physics. Find out more about this engaging new text.

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