Master of Arts in Christian Ministry Non-Resident Program
The Graduate School of Theology offers a 48-hour program whereby non-resident students can obtain the Master of Arts in Christian Ministry (M.A.C.M.). This degree provides an opportunity for students from around the world to remain in their current jobs while taking course work to advance their ministry skills.
Students may select courses from several formats to complete the M.A.C.M.:
- Online courses
- Week‐long intensive courses – Offered in January, May, and June, these courses convene from 8am‐5pm for one week. Pre‐class and post‐class assignments are generally required.
- Weekend intensive courses – Offered during fall and spring semesters, these courses convene on
Thursday (2pm‐10pm), Friday (8am‐5pm) and Saturday (8am‐12pm) on two weekends. Pre‐class and post‐class assignments are generally required.
Justin Whiteley is passionate about empowering, equipping and preparing youth for their Christian walk in life.