What can I do with a DMIN degree?
The DMIN degree equips persons across a wide range of Christian vocational ministry to engage ministry with theological depth and practical ministry skill. DMIN students include pastors, associate pastors, Christian educators, ministers of worship, missionaries, workers in denominational or parachurch organizations, and evangelists. You are quite likely already an excellent candidate for DMIN studies if you have earned a MDIV degree or its equivalent and have accumulated at least 3 years of service in vocational Christian ministry!
When do I need to apply?
You may apply year-round, but your application must be received by September 1 for entrance in the spring semester and April 1 for admission in the fall semester.
How much will a DMIN degree cost?
Program costs include:One-time non-refundable application fee: $100One-time Logos Program subscription fee: $200 (due first semester)Semester tuition costs: $1500 ($3000 per year)Technology fee: $150 per semesterContinuing Enrollment Fee: $750 per semester (once the DMIN Prospectus has been approved)Graduation fee: $200 (due at the end of the program)
Is financial aid available?
Carroll scholarships each student with a percentage of his or her tuition, the total cost of which is reflected in the fee structure of the program. Scholarships are currently not available, but Carroll seeks to make your learning experience affordable by keeping tuition costs low.Federal student aid is not available for the Carroll DMIN.
How long will it take me to complete the program?
DMIN students have up to six years to complete their degrees, but the program is completed typically in 4-5 years.
I have more questions. May I visit with someone about the DMIN Degree?
We would enjoy visiting with you more, if you have questions. Feel free to contact us.
Director of DMin
Larry Ashlock is a graduate of Baylor University (Waco TX) where he earned a BA degree in Sociology. He also earned an M.Div. and D.Min. in Theology and Ethics from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Ft. Worth TX) and a Ph.D degree in Ethics and Medical Ethics from The Whitefield Institute, Oxford.
p: (972) 580-7600 , ext. 32