Ministerial Training - Graduate Students
A distinct feature of Barry University's graduate theology program is the diversity of its students: lay, clergy, and vowed religious; students come from variety of denominational backgrounds.
Within this diversity, we have designed a ministerial formation program intended to meet your specific ministerial goals and needs, using as our framework Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord. You will be guided through the formation process, developing a sound personal and contextual consciousness in regard to human, intellectual, spiritual, and pastoral formation.
Some facets of our program include:
- An Entrance Interview and Self-assessment
- Discerning the call to service (written narrative)
- Ongoing spiritual formation
- Theological reflection and pastoral skills formation
Master of Arts in Practical Theology and Ministry
The two supervised ministry courses in the MA in Practical Theology and Ministry are intended to equip you with tools that will help improve the outcome of your work in ministerial formation and community ministry. It is our hope that the tools you acquire in these courses will continue to shape your ministry throughout your life, in a variety of ways.
Doctor of Ministry
If you are enrolling in the Doctor of Ministry program, your ministerial formation course will provide you with an opportunity to reflect on and assess past ministry, evaluate your current skills, and strengthen your skill-set to further enhance your competency.
If you would like to know more, you can request information or ask us a question online. You can also contact us at 305-899-3469 or 1-800-756-6000, ext. 3469 or email firstname.lastname@example.org