MA - Practical Theology and Ministry; MA - Practical Theology and Ministry, Concentration in Hispanic/Latino Theology and Ministry; MA - Pastoral Ministry for Hispanics, DMin - Doctor of Ministry and Doctor of Ministry, Concentration in Hispanic/Latino Theology and Ministry, Certificate in Health Care Ethics; Certificate in Hispanic/Latino Theology
Barry University's programs in ministry and theology are characterized by a strong intellectual tradition, supportive faculty, and student diversity.
The Doctor of Ministry is a terminal degree that develops advanced theological reflection on ministerial practice for ordained and non-ordained women and men. Courses can be taken at the Miami Shores campus through winter and summer terms, through fall and spring semesters, or in combination through the year. A concentration in Hispanic/Latino Theology and Ministry is available.
The MA in Practical Theology and Ministry is an advanced degree that provides a foundational theological and ministerial education through the study of practical biblical, systematic, liturgical, and moral theology for ministerial leadership in the Christian Churches. Courses can be taken at the Miami Shores campus through winter and summer terms, through Fall and Spring semesters, or in combination through the year. A concentration in Hispanic/Latino Theology and Ministry is available.
Hispanic/Latino Ministry and Theology - Barry’s Institute for Hispanic/Latino Theology and Ministry is uniquely poised to help you answer the call to understand and speak to the theological and cultural world of the Latinos (as) who help comprise your congregations. Faculty with great practical and academic experience offer courses through the Winter/Summer study option.
The MA in Pastoral Ministry for Hispanics provides focused theological reflection on the cultural contexts and social realities currently challenging ministries to the Spanish-speaking faithful of the Christian Churches. Courses are offered at the Southeast Pastoral Institute (SEPI) in Miami, an educational branch of the Southeast Regional Office for Hispanic Affairs, Region IV and V of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Clergy and members of religious communities (sisters, brothers, etc.) may be eligible for a tuition discount for graduate programs under Barry's Professional Recognition Scholarship Program.
Graduate theology programs are accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS). Barry University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Facts & Figures
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Average Cost per Credit (Graduate):
master's: 990 / doctoral: 1125 USD