This final residency is a capstone course in which students work with the director and their learning cohort to integrate their academic learning, their personal understanding of their ministry and their practice of supervision. The seminar also provides advisement and oversight on the development of their Doctor of Ministry demonstration project. Students present their thesis/project proposal for discussion, revision, and approval.

Prerequisite: Restricted to DMin students planning to graduate in May 2020.

Notes: Pass/fail. Meets from August 19-30. Additional fees not charged for identity verification in distance education programs.