The Clamp Divinity School is named in honor of the man whose gift made the school possible. Though he did not live to see the school established, those who study in the Master of Ministry program stand on the foundation that he built through his sacrificial commitment to the cause of equipping church leaders.
The following comments were shared by President Evans Whitaker at the Spring 2009 commencement ceremony, when honorary Doctor of Humanities degrees were presented to David T. Clamp (posthumously) and to his widow, Jane Ferguson Clamp (featured image from the Anderson Independent Mail).
Available Graduate Degrees
Master of Ministry | M.MIN.
The Master of Ministry degree is streamlined 42-hour graduate degree designed for ministerial training. It is appropriate for those in ministry who are ready for advanced study and persons entering ministry who seek an effective preparation for hands-on ministry service. The program will also be of value for committed lay leaders in the church who seek to advance their capacity and preparation for service.
Master of Divinity | M.DIV.
The Master of Divinity is the industry standard for graduate theological education. The M.Div. focuses on the core competencies of pastoral ministry, with an emphasis on leadership, communication, biblical studies, evangelism, and church health. The Clamp Divinity School M.Div. is a 75-hour degree program that offers great flexibility, combined with academic excellence and equipping for effective kingdom service.
Doctor of Ministry | D.MIN.
The D.Min. in Biblical Preaching is a program specifically designed to help pastors and church leaders take their proclamation of the gospel to the next level. Today’s churches need leaders who are effective communicators. Our seasoned professors will guide students through a series of week-long seminars and directed ministry to enhance their understanding of biblical preaching.
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