Master of Ministry Management | MMM
The Master of Ministry Management, offered entirely online, is designed to be convenient for persons who are already employed full-time and seek graduate education in a more accessible format and schedule.
Anderson University accepts students on the basis of academic qualification, character and evidence of the potential to benefit from the university experience. Each applicant’s record will be examined for evidence reflecting potential for intellectual and social growth, strength of character, and seriousness of purpose. The University considers all qualified applications without regard to race, religious creed, place of national origin, sex, disability, or ethnic group. Admission will be on a competitive basis, with the best qualified students receiving priority.
Official transcripts for all coursework leading to completion of a bachelor and/or graduate degree(s) from a regionally-accredited institution that demonstrates an acceptable undergraduate grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
3 Recommendation Letters
Download Here. One of the recommendation letters must be from the pastor/minister of the local church where the applicant is currently a member; if the applicant is the pastor, then the letter may come from another leader within the church.
A one page essay explaining the reason for your application and the potential impact of the M.MM. degree on your ministry. The purpose of the essay is to establish the applicant’s motivation for pursuing the degree and the applicant’s professional goals.
Up to 9 semester hours of graduate credit from a regionally-accredited college, university or seminary may be transferred into the degree program at the time the student is admitted, provided the grades earned were B or higher. Transferability of hours will be determined by the Dean based on equivalence to courses required in the M.MM. program.
Even if you do not meet all the requirements, let us know. Maybe we can work something out so that you can get started.
We understand that sometimes your educational journey does not work out the way you had originally planned. Clamp Divinity School offers leveling courses for those who are unable to meet the admissions requirements.
Tuition and Financial Aid
The current cost of tuition is $375* per credit hour, or $1125 for a three-hour course. The entire cost for the program comes out around $11,250. While institutional scholarships are not currently available for M.Min. students, such students can obtain educational loans through the Financial Aid office. We also have a selected list of potential scholarship opportunities. *This amount is subject to change and dependent upon institutional discretion. Additional fees may apply.