Senior Dean of
Assoc Prof (Intercultural Studies)
Jesus told Peter to “shepherd my sheep.” This sounds simple, but we live in a complex world of competing ideas on how to shepherd God’s flock. Caring for others in the twenty-first century as a Christian leader is increasingly challenging, so SBC seeks to sharpen each leader’s skills with the highest professional ministry degree – the Doctor of Ministry (DMin).
The programme and curriculum is undergoing evaluation till further notice.
In line with our overall goal, the College launched this programme in 1999. We offer biblically-based courses that integrate theology with ministry. This cost-effective programme includes Asian and Western input for ministry in the local context. The programme aims to enhance full-time workers in their personal and ministerial development in the following areas:
All D.Min. students must complete the entire seven-module programme and dissertation within five years. Classes are held annually in May and November unless otherwise specified. The modules to be offered by the school include the following areas:
At SBC, we seek to build up our community through blended learning: designing synchronous and asynchronous learning activities using both physical and online platforms. Students may expect to be enriched with a variety of face-to-face and online learning experiences during their studies at SBC.