Master of Ministry Degree
Prepared to Serve Well
Read about recent M.Min. grads who are using their degrees to serve well wherever God has called them.
University Prepares for August Return to Campus
Graduate and undergraduate students will be welcomed back to campus as scheduled on August 14-16, 2020.
$1000 Ministry Scholarship!
It's a great time to expand your ministry skills. Enroll in Cedarville's on-campus or online M.Min. program, and receive a $1,000 Ministry Scholarship!
Stewarding Your Gifts With a Graduate Degree
Listen as Cedarville's president, Dr. Thomas White, discusses how our graduate programs can help you steward your God-given talents for His glory.
God Revealed Apologetics Conference
Dr. Dan DeWitt invites you to God Revealed, Cedarville's annual apologetics conference. This year's speaker is Dr. R. Albert Mohler, who Time magazine once called the leading intellect among evangelicals.
Why Choose Cedarville and Not a Seminary?
Cedarville's long history of preparing students to serve in the local church and its accelerated, cost-saving completion options make our graduate ministry programs a great choice.
M.Div. or M.Min. – Which Is Right for You?
Listen as Dr. Jason Lee, Dean of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies, explains the key differences between Cedarville University's M.Div. and M.Min. programs.
M.Min. Adds Ministry Focus to Vocation
For an area nonprofit director, the sound biblical foundation and practical application in Cedarville's online M.Min. helped her add a ministry focus to her work.
COVID-19 Spurs 61 Days Through the Bible
Three recent graduates are leading current students, parents, and others in Zoom study of whole Bible.
The Moody Church Pastor has Local Roots
2004 alumnus Philip Miller will begin serving at the historic downtown Chicago church in July.
Alumnus is One of First COVID-19 Plasma Donors
2001 criminal justice graduate and 2020 Master of Ministry graduate Steve Norris recovered from the novel coronavirus and donated plasma to help others.
Senior Celebration Honors Largest Graduating Class
There were 826 undergraduate and graduate students earning 832 bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees during the special online celebration. Commencement will still be held Homecoming Weekend, October 2-3, with full regalia.