Academics

Master of Arts in Ministry

The MAM program at Phoenix Seminary gives an opportunity for working professionals in both ministry and secular applications to study scripture and ministry skills without the impact of a typical full-time educational schedule. Programs are offered as a hybrid of classroom and online. It is an ideal option for foreign mission candidates, denominational administrators, church staff, Christian writers and editors, parachurch executives, Christian business leaders or lay Christians who simply wish to serve the church or ministry with he best preparation available.

Program Curriculum

BIBLICAL LITERATURE: 16 CREDITS

BC498
Graduate Research and Writing Graduate Research and Writing

BL501
Principles for Biblical Interpretation

BL502
Survey of the Pentateuch

BL503
Survey of Historical and Wisdom Literature

BL504
Survey of the Prophets

BL505
Survey of the Gospels

BL506
Survey of Acts and Pauline Epistles

BL507
Survey of the General Epistles and Revelation

 

CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: 2 CREDITS

SF501
Living in God's Presence

INTERCULTURAL STUDIES: 2 CREDITS

IS501
Cross-Cultural and Diversity Competency

 

THEOLOGY: 14 CREDITS

TH501
God, Scripture, Revelation and the Holy Spirit

TH502
Humanity, Angels and the Person/Work of Christ

TH503
Salvation, the Church and the Future

TH504
Contemporary Moral Issues

 

CONCENTRATION COURSES: 12 CREDITS

 

GENERAL ELECTIVES: 2 CREDITS

Available Concentrations

Business Leadership

Church Planting

Counseling and Family 

Intercultural Studies

Justice and Mission

Leadership Development

Ministry Administration

Ministry Skills

Spiritual Formation

Urban Ministries

General Studies