Doctor of Applied Intercultural Studies
||The Doctor of Applied Intercultural Studies (DAIS) is a 48-credit program that recognizes the priority of the Holy Spirit’s person and power in accomplishing the mission of God (Missio Dei) and creates an environment in which participants can develop greater discernment of the Spirit’s leading and greater dependence on the Spirit’s power. Two concentrations are offered, Intercultural Studies and Christian Relief and Development.
How does the program work?
Two courses are taken during each two-week session. In addition to the course modules students are required to attend one Value Added Week during the course of the program. With the project phase, the degree is completed in approximately four years.
What will a DAIS do for me?
- Equip you with advanced resources and enhanced practice
- Prepare you to teach missiology at every academic level
- Enable you to train missionaries in other nations
- Train you for leadership in Christian compassion ministry agencies and projects around the world
Am I eligible?
Seven basic criteria define eligibility:
- Academic: an MA in an appropriate theological or
missiological discipline from an acceptable school with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. (If insufficient background in biblical, theological or
missiological disciplines exists, participants may be required to take 15–30 credits of foundation courses.)
- Experience: two years of appropriate intercultural ministry
- English: for applicants whose primary language is other than English, a TOEFL score of 585 or equivalent
- Writing: submission and approval of a writing sample that demonstrates graduate-level research skills
- Language: second language proficiency. In exceptional cases, this requirement may be substituted by petition
- Endorsement: official approval of administrative superiors (where applicable)
- Technology: acceptable computer and internet competencies
Monday, November 21, 2016 8:45 PM