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Dates of Residency Classes including Orientation Week:

In 2016, MAM 675 Orientation will begin on Sunday, June 12 with Vespers and dinner, and run through Thursday, June 16.  MAM 678 Psychological Issues for Ministry runs June 13-16.

The course in Historical Spiritualities MAM 769 (one credit) will be held on-campus Friday, June 17 and online for two weeks in the fall. 

Common Retreat is June 17-19, 2016. 

MAM 677 Personal Development and MAM 679 Lay Spiritual Movements run June 20-23.

Spring 2016 Courses

MAM 620   Introduction to the New Testament - On Line   3 Credits

When: January 10 - March 5, 2016

Taught by: Gordon Brubacher, Ph.D.

 

MAM 780   Christian Prayer and Spirituality - On Line   3 Credits

When:  January 10 - March 5, 2016

Taught by: Wendy Wright, Ph.D.

 

MAM 660  Worship, Liturgy and Sacraments  On Line   3 Credits

When:  March 9 - May 3, 2016

Taught by:  Eileen Burke-Sullivan, S.T.D.

 

Mam 630  Christology    On line  3 Credits

When:  March 9 - May 3, 2016

Taught by:  Rev. H. Ashley Hall

 

MAM 792  Pastoral Internship   1-4 Credits

When: August 23 - December 12

Taught by:  Eileen Burke-Sullivan, S.T.D.

 

MAM 799  Synthesis in Lay Ecclesial Ministry  -  On Line  2 Credits

When:  August 23 - December 12

Taught by:  Eileen Burke-Sullivan, S.T.D.

 

 

The Creighton University Master of Arts in Ministry is a professional, ecclesial ministry formation program which incorporates graduate Christian Theology, Human and Personal Development, Spiritual Formation and Applied Ministerial skills through an online and on-campus hybrid methodology.

Intensive, week long seminar/professional development courses will be held on campus annually with online pastoral theology coursework throughout the rest of the year, and locally, nationally or internationally focused internships in applied ministry developed according to the student's interests and expectations for post graduate service to ecclesial communities.

STUDENTS

The program remains organized to address the formation of lay men and women who want to prepare for professional ministry in the Catholic Church (including but not limited to Parish, Diocese, Campus Ministry, Hospital or Prison Chaplaincy etc.).  Ordained Deacons in the Catholic Church are warmly encouraged to apply as well.  Candidates for professional ministry within other Christian denominations are also most welcome in the program.