Earned Doctor of Divinity
Newburgh Theological Seminary & College Of The Bible
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Newburgh Theological Seminary offers an opportunity for select ministers to participate in an earned Doctor of the Divinity degree program. This tract of study is for the mature minister who has a proven track record of ministry service. This degree provides a specialized area of study that leads to the prestigious Doctor of Divinity degree.
The prospective doctoral candidate must 1) be ordained, (minister, deacon, or elder) 2) be at least 42 years old, 3) have at least 15 years of acceptable ministry service, and 4) hold an earned Bachelor’s degree from an approved educational institution. The Doctor of Divinity candidate must complete and submit Newburgh’s Academic Evaluation or Application together with a copy of the candidate’s driver’s license or government-issued I.D. and ordination certificate. Upon receipt of the complete application, a determination will be made concerning the prospective doctoral candidate’s eligibility. Upon acceptance, the candidate will be required to sign a Doctor of Divinity degree program Student Agreement. Prior to beginning the Core Unit requirements, Newburgh must receive a Bachelor’s transcript directly from the conferring educational institution.