Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies (ZSDS) held a virtual meeting with the first-year students in the Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) program.
This is the follow-up meeting with the students after the annual doctoral colloquium was held successfully in October last year. The agenda covers an introduction of the D.Min. program, academic policy, and proposed timeline for students to follow throughout the first year. It was an opportunity for the first-year DMin students to be reminded of their program sequence in three years.
ZSDS faculty and staff encouraged the students to complete their coursework in the first year to ensure graduation progress is on track. The D.Min. students should complete 15 credits of coursework that cover various aspects of theology and missiology.
The meeting was followed by a Q & A session where students had their questions addressed regarding various aspects of the program. ZSDS faculty will hold further meetings with the D.Min. students for each particular course work.