7 August 2014
South University, Online Programs is proud to announce the launch of our second doctoral degree program—the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree program.
This 96-credit program is designed to prepare ministry practitioners to seek vocational or bi-vocational ministry. The program can help you to further your understanding of the nature and purpose of ministry, enhance your competencies in ministry skills, and growth in spiritual maturity.
The DMin degree program can equip you to serve and lead more effectively in any of the following roles:
• Pastor, ministry staff member, and lay minister in local churches/parishes
• Program staff leader in parachurch organizations
• Chaplain and spiritual care coordinator in a variety of institutional settings
• Program staff leader in non-profit service agencies, community development, advocacy and justice ministries
• Social entrepreneur pursuing business as mission, and commercial and industrial chaplaincy
Learn more now about this new program and how South University, Online Programs can help you take your ministry to a higher level.
You can also follow South University’s Doctor of Ministry program on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/southdmin.
2 June 2011
Earn Your Criminal Justice Degree Online
Do you like the idea of preparing for a career in the field of law enforcement? If so, pursuing an online degree in Criminal Justice through South University may be the best educational option for you. No matter what kind of work you are doing now, you can enroll in an online degree in criminal justice program and start pursuing a rewarding law enforcement career from the comfort and convenience of your own home.
Online Criminal Justice Degree Options
South University currently offers three online programs in Criminal Justice: Associate, Bachelor and Master. You can review each program to determine which would be the best fit for your current academic standing and employment situation.
Online Learning Environment for Criminal Justice Courses
Regardless of your professional or academic needs, you can train to prepare for a career in the field of criminal justice on a flexible schedule from home, the office, or any other location that is convenient to you.
Even though you don't have to commute to a college campus or spend hours sitting in a classroom, you'll enjoy an interactive learning environment and a curriculum designed around feedback from industry professionals. You'll take criminal justice courses from qualified instructors who have impressive academic credentials and practical experience in the field.