M.A. in Global Service
Our innovative online global service degree includes four one-week campus residencies; web-based course work mixed with face-to-face learning that creates an incredibly flexible educational experience.
Are you ready to be a part of a program that prepares you for Christian service and leadership in a global world? Apply now or contact us today to learn more.
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What To Expect
These are the important details you will need to keep in mind as you prepare your application and degree plan.
Credit hours: 48
Program length: 32 months
Foundations of the Theology of Ministry
Philosophy of Religion
Reading & Engaging Contemporary Cultures
Witness in a Global Context
Graduate School of Theology
June 18 (Summer II)
- A completed application and application fee;
- An official transcript of all previous colleges attended;
- A cumulative undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale;
- Two letters of recommendation (may be submitted through the online application);
- A writing sample following the guidelines.
See the full ACU online graduate catalog, including admission requirements here. For a comprehensive list of admission requirements for your global mission service degree program, please contact a Graduate Advisor.
What outcomes can you expect from a multicultural ministry program?
Theologically Formed: Graduates will integrate the biblical, historical, and theological perspectives foundational for contemporary Christian practice.
- Interprets Scripture and tradition in ways that inform understanding of the theological dimensions of contemporary experience.
- Interprets and inhabits the major theological structures, content, and procedures of the Christian tradition.
- Practices theology appropriately in contemporary cultural contexts.
Missiologically Adept: Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of the mission of God and their place within that mission as both individuals and members of the global Church.
- Narrates and appropriately analyses the church’s history of working within the mission of God.
- Demonstrates familiarity with current missiological and global-service challenges and issues.
- Equips and leads the church in contemporary cultural contexts for missional purposes.
- Integrates theology, history, anthropology, and methodology in missional practices such as planting and nurturing responsible, reproducing churches.
Interculturally Competent: Graduates will be able to live, work, and communicate appropriately in a variety of cultural contexts.
- Interprets contemporary contexts in light of the Christian faith.
- Demonstrates the skills and commitments necessary for spiritual maturity as a Christian leader in multicultural settings.