Korean Doctor of Ministry Program

Korean Doctor of Ministry

Doctor of Ministry in Global Leadership
글로벌리더십 목회학박사

ats1In February 2016 the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) granted approval to Northwest Baptist Seminary to grant the Doctor of Ministry in Global Leadership.

Program Director: Larry Perkins, Ph.D.
Program Co-Director: Daniel Park, DMN, THD.
Program Assistant: Phoebe Hwang, M.A.
Program Registrar: Loren Warkentin, MTS.

 

KOREAN

환영 인사

노스웨스트 신학대학원 목회학 박사 글로벌 리더십전공 한국어과정에 대하여 관심을 가져 주신 여러분들께 감사의 말씀을 드립니다. 노스 웨스트 신학대학원은 서부 캐나다에서 가장 오래된 신학 대학교 중 하나 입니다. 저희 학교는 BC 주 정부의 허가 아래 모든 종류의 신학 학위 프로그램을 가지고 있습니다. 또한 저희 학교는 BC주 랭리에 있는 트리니티웨스턴대학교 (TWU) 캠퍼스에 위치하며, 트리니티웨스턴대학교와 협력학교 (Affiliation) 입니다.

목회학 박사 한국어 과정, KDMN은 교회, 선교 단체, 또는 기독교 단체에서 리더로 사역할 수 있는 능력을 강화 시키는데에 그 목적을 두고 있다.  “글로벌” 이라는 단어를 강조하는 이유는 빠르게 변화하는 세계와 그것이 우리의 실생활에 미치는 영향과 변화에 대하여 대처하고, 동시에 하나님께서 예비하시는 그의 나라와 복음을 위한 삶을 살아야 하기 때문입니다.

리더십이라는 것은 문화적 구성개념으로서, 각 사람마다 경험한 문화나 성격 또는 개인이 쌓은 경험이나 하나님의 나라에 기반을 둔 것이기 때문에 본질적으로 이 프로그램은 다양한 학제적 접근 방법으로 그 본질을 나타낼 수 있는데 이 것은 다음과 같이 표현 될 수 있습니다.

 

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이 프로그램을 배움으로써, 하나님 나라의 리더십, 상호 문화적 관계, 그리고 글로벌 리더십에 대하여 학제적으로 접근 할 수 있게 되고, 그렇게 되면 리더십이 필요한 여러가지 사역지에서 하나님을 섬기면서 뿐만 아니라 사역에서 리더십이 필요한 때에도 새로운 이해와 자신감을 줄 수 있습니다.

프로그램의 요약 설명

프로그램은 다음과 같은 방법으로 크리스찬 리더십을 강화 시킬 수 있습니다:

1. 신학적으로 적절한 통합과 글로벌 리더십 이론을 맥락화 하며 기독교적인 원칙과 실천으로

    1. 기독교세계관 내에서 리더십 제안과 이론을 평가하고 후보자가 적절하게 상황화 할 수 있도록 타 문화리더십원리를 사용하여 북미나 세계 사역지 안에서 한국목회로 적용 시킬 수 있게 하는 것,
    2. 배우며, 비판적으로 평가 할 수 있으며, 글로벌 리더십의 개념을 다양한 크리스찬 리더십으로 적용 시킬 수 있는 것,
    3. 학자 , 실무자 및 동료와의 관계를 통해 기독교와 문화를 서로 연관 시키고, 국제적인 시각으로 한국이나 캐나다에 지역 교회나 기독교 학교가 어떠한 방법으로 이 리더십에 관한 문제를 다루는지 알아 보는 것.

2. 문화 간 조직의 리더십과 성경의 원칙에 부합 관리 하는 능력:

      1. 윤리적 완결성, 높은 수준의 리더십 기술을 통해서 하나님의 선교에 대한 이해와 자신의 헌신을 얼마나 유능하게 반영 시킬 수 있는지.
      2. 리더십의 복합성을 관리하고 성경적으로 일관되고 효과적인 소통 방법을 연습하고, 다양한 문화 및 제도적 맥락 내에서 지도하는 기술을 개발.
      3. 사람들을 제도화된 설정으로 이끌어 좀 더 효율적으로 다문화간 관계 구축에 대한 역량뿐 아니라 자신의 문화 환경이나 다른 문화 환경속에서도 선교활동을 감당하게 하는 것.

 

  1. 다문화 환경에서의 적응과 선교능력 향상:
        1. 한 사람의 완결성을 반영하는 윤리적 의사 결정과, 성령의 이끄심에 대한 예민함과 그리고 종으로서의 리더십, 그리고 아가페 정신에 관해서 배우게 됩니다.
        2. 문화적 역동성이 어떻게 대인 관계에 영향을 미치는지에 관하여 배우게 되고, 개인의 능력과 탄력성을 통해 어떻게 다양한 문화권의 사람들과 효과적으로 관계를 맺는지에 대해서 배우게 됩니다.
        3. 타종교를 존중하면서 열정적으로 선교하는 리더십을 배우게 됩니다.

입학자격:

KDMN 과정은 MDiv 학위 소지자로 평점 3.0 (B average)이상과 3년 이상의 목회경력을 요구합니다.

신학관련 석사과정에서 72학점을 이수한 분도 평점 3.0이상, 목회 경력 3년 이상이면 지원할 수 있습니다.

박사과정 등 MDiv 학위 이 후 과정에서 수업하신 분은 최대 3학점을 Transfer 할 수 있습니다.

프로그램 과정: (36 credits)

  • KDMN 900 Introduction to the Program, Development of Research Competence & Preparation of Dissertation Proposal (3 credits)
  • KDMN 905 Leadership and Globalization: Global Leadership Theory and its Practice Within a Christian Frame of Reference (3 credits)
  • KDMN 906 A Biblical Theology of Kingdom Leadership Serving the Missio Dei (3 credits)
  • KDMN 907 Global and Cross-cultural Dimensions of Christian Leadership and Leadership Development (3 credits)
  • KDMN 908 Global Leadership and Spiritual/Ethical Formation (3 credits)
  • KDMN 909 Elective (projected: Biblical Theology, Boundary Crossings, and the Missio Dei) (3 credits)
  • KDMN 910 Global Leadership, Religious Values and the Marketplace (3 credits)
  • KDMN 911 Global Leadership and Communications (3 credits)
  • KDMN 920 Global Leadership Issues I: Mentoring, Coaching and Equipping (3 credits). This is a mentored, in-context learning experience.
  • KDMN 921 Elective (Global Leadership Issues II: Power, Conflict, Governance and Staffing in Global Leadership Contexts . This is a mentored, in-context learning experience.) (3 credits)
  • KDMN 950 Dissertation Development I (3 credits)
  • KDMN 951 Dissertation Development II (3 credits)
  • KDMN 952, 953 Dissertation Continuing Status (3, 3 credits)
  • KDMN 954 Dissertation Reinstatement (3 credits)

프로그램 일정표: (24 months)

DatesLocation/ContextApplies to
April 18-20, 2017
April 20-22
April 24-27
May 1-5
NBS Campus – 3 weeksKDMN 900 A,
KDMN 921
KDMN 910
KDMN 906
May - August 2017Applied Studies CourseKDMN 921
October 10-12, 2017
October 12-14
October 16-20
October 23-27
NBS Campus – 3 weeksKDMN 900 A, B, C
KDMN 920
KDMN 907
KDMN 911
November 2017 - March 2018Applied Studies CourseKDMN 920
April 10-12, 2018
April 12-14
April 16-20
April 23-27
NBS Campus – 3 weeksKDMN 900 A, B, C
KDMN 921
KDMN 908
KDMN 905
May - August 2018Applied Studies CourseKDMN 921
October 9-11, 2018
October 11-13
October 15-19
October 22-26
NBS Campus – 3 weeksKDMN 900 A, B, C
KDMN 920
KDMN 909
KDMN 912

입학및 등록안내

온라인으로 등록하시고 (application form) 다음 서류를 준비하여 접수하여야 합니다. ( 온라인 접수한 후에 MDIV 이 후 전 과정의 영문성적증명서를 봉인하여 Registrar 에게 보내야 합니다)

Loren Warkentin, Registrar
Northwest Baptist Seminary
7600 Glover Road
Langley BC V2Y 1Y1 Canada

교수소개

본 과정은 학문과 실제 경험을 겸비한 우수한 교수진이 강의하게 됩니다. 교수진은 한국과 북미주에서의 풍부한 경험으로 강의 할 것입니다. 또한 팀티칭(협력강의)을 통하여 효율적인 수업을 진행합니다. 다음은 현재 구성된 교수진의 명단이며 학교의 결정에 따라 변동될 수 있습니다.

  • Dr. Kent Anderson, Ph.D., Professor of Homiletics (KDMN 911). Assisted by a Korean pastor.
  • Dr. Dongshin Chang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor (KDMN 900, 906)
  • Dr. Nam Sik Kim, D. Miss. (KDMN 910)
  • Dr. Mark Naylor, D.Th. Intercultural Studies (KDMN 907)
  • Dr. Daniel Park, DMN, DRE. Applied Studies in Leadership (KDMN 920, 921), assisted by mentors located in Korea and Canada.
  • Dr. Larry Perkins, Ph.D., Professor of Biblical Studies (KDMN 906). Assisted by Dr. Dongshin Chang, Ph.D.
  • Dr. Brian Rapske, Ph.D., Professor of New Testament Studies (KDMN 909). Assisted by Dr. Larry Perkins, Dr. Don Chang and Dr. Jonathan Numada.
  • Dr. Edmund Rhee, Ph.D. (KDMN 908). Visiting Professor.
  • Dr. Guy Saffold, Ed.D. (KDMN 905).
  • Dr. Archie Spencer, Th.D., Associate Professor of Theology.

졸업요건

졸업을 위하여 10과목, 30학점의 코스웍을 평점 3.0이상으로 이수하여야 하며 졸업논문의 구두시험 6학점을 B- 이상으로 통과하여야 합니다. 졸업 후 본 과정은 성적표에 ‘글로벌 리더십전공 목회학 박사 학위 – 한국어과정’ 라고 표기 됩니다.

등록금 및 수수료

학점당 등록금은 캐나다 화 510불이며 입학신청시 신청수수료는 캐나다 화 100불입니다. 졸업비는 논문심사가 시작될 때, 캐나다 화 200불이며 이 외의 비용은 없습니다. 등록금은 통상 매년 3%씩 인상될 수 있습니다. 수업에 참석하지 못 할 경우 규정에 따라 환불을 신청할 수 있습니다. 본 교는 BC 주 정부가 정한 환불규정을 준수합니다.

수업일정과 기타 중요사항 안내

본 과정은 통상 2년과정으로 매년 10월과 4월에 캐나다 비씨주 밴쿠버 (랭리) 에 소재한 본 교 캠퍼스 (트리니티 웨스턴 대학교)에서 집중교육으로 시행합니다. 박사과정 학생은 본 교 캠퍼스에서 시행하는 집중교육에 4회 참석하여야 합니다. (모든 비용은 학생부담)

집중교육에 참석하기 전에 부여 된 참고도서를 충분히 읽고 보고서를 작성하여야 하며 수업이 후 과제물은 70일 이내에 작성및 제출이 완료되어야 합니다. 본 과정의 학생은 2과목의 현장중심의 멘토링 코스를 이수하여야 하며 이 과정은 각자 학생 들의 사역현장에서 이수하게 됩니다.

논문작성 프로포절은 2년차 수업을 시작하기 전에 작성이 완료되어야 하며 최종 논문통과는 4학차 집중 수업에서 이루어져서 졸업하게 됩니다.

수업 과목 중 일부는 영어로 강의하게 되며 한국어 통역이 제공됩니다. 또한 일부 과목은 한국어로 강의 합니다. 현장 중심 멘토링 수업은 독특한 방식으로 진행되며 각자의 목회현장에서 학생 개인의 자율적인 훈련방식을 통하여 이수하게 됩니다.

본 교는 본 과정에 우수한 교수진과 운영진을 확보하여 높은 학술적 수준을 유지할 것입니다. 한국어와 영어를 동시에 구사하는 교수진과 운영진을 구성하였으며 한국어로 가르치는 우수한 교수진도 확보하였습니다. 영어강의를 통역할 때 완벽한 통역자원도 구성하였습니다. 영어강의시 한국어교수가 협력강의로 동참하여 수업과 평가를 돕게 됩니다.

졸업논문은 한국어로 작성하되 영어로 20 페이지를 제출하여야 합니다. 논문작성에 관한 사항은 논문작성법을 참고하시기 바랍니다.

ENGLISH

Welcome

Thank you for your interest in Northwest’s Korean language Doctor of Ministry degree with a focus in Global Leadership. Northwest is one of the oldest theological education agencies in Western Canada. Northwest has authorization from the Province of British Columbia to offer all theological degrees. As well Northwest is affiliated with Trinity Western University. We are located on the campus of Trinity Western University, Langley, British Columbia. In December 2016 Northwest Baptist Seminary was given the Educational Quality Assessment designation by the Province of  British Columbia.

The Korean Doctor of Ministry (KDMN) program will develop your capacity to serve as an effective leader in your congregation, mission agency or other Christian organizations. The term “global” reflects the rapidly changing realities that influence and shape our cultural contexts, in which simultaneously we live out the Gospel and advance God’s Kingdom.

Leadership is a cultural construct, which reflects our own personal culture, our own personalities and experiences, as well as the culture of God’s Kingdom. The interdisciplinary nature of the program is expressed in the schematic:

KDMIN-GraphicAs you explore this interdisciplinary world of Kingdom leadership, intercultural relations, and global leadership, you will develop new understanding about your own vocational leadership and new competence in providing leadership for Kingdom communities serving God in complex cultural realities.

Brief description of the program

The KDMN program enhances the capacity of vocational Korean Christian leaders to develop:

  1. Competence in theologically appropriate integration and contextualization of Global Leadership theory and practice and Christian principles (knowledge):
    1. evaluate leadership proposals and theories within a Christian worldview and using cross-cultural leadership principles so that candidates appropriately can contextualize and apply them within Korean ministry settings in North America and other global centers;
    2. learn, critically evaluate, and apply concepts of Global Leadership used in various contexts to their own praxis of Christian leadership;
    3. formulate clearly and biblically through dialogue with scholars, practitioners and peers the relationship between Christianity and culture and how their vocational leadership in a local church or other Christian institution whether in Korea or Canada can address this issue within a global perspective.
  1. Competence in cross-cultural organizational leadership and management consistent with biblical principles (skills):
    1. lead competently, demonstrating ethical integrity, advanced levels of leadership skills, and mature reflection upon their own commitment to and understanding of the global Missio Dei;
    2. develop skills to lead within various cultural and institutional contexts, managing the complexity of such leadership and practicing biblically consistent, and effective communications;
    3. lead people in their institutional settings to become effective, missional agents within their cultural contexts, as well as cross-culturally.
  1. Competence in cross-cultural relationship building (character):
    1. demonstrate ethical decision-making that reflects integrity of character and sensitivity to the Holy Spirit’s direction and also reflects the practice of servant leadership and the ‘agape’ principle;
    2. demonstrate how cultural dynamics influence interpersonal relations and demonstrate the ability and personal resiliency to adapt and relate effectively with people from diverse cultures;
    3. demonstrate an approach to multi-faith interaction that is respectful, but also evangelistic.

Entrance requirements:

To be admitted to the KDMN program, applicants normally will possess a Master of Divinity degree with a grade point average of at least 3.0 (B average) and three years of ministry experience.

Applicants may also be considered for admission who have at least 72 semester hours of graduate studies that includes the completion of a master’s degree and also represents broad-based work in Biblical studies, Theological Studies and the Practice of Ministry. The master’s degree will have an AGPA of 3.0 or B and all additional courses must have received a grade of at least B or 3.0.

A maximum of three (3) semester hours of course work may be transferred from other approved post-MDV, doctoral level studies to complete the thirty (30) semester hours of required course work, providing the proposed course fits the program requirements.

Provisional admission may be achieved with 60 semester hours of graduate level work, which includes the successful completion of a master’s degree in a related field with an AGAP of 3.0 or B. The remaining twelve (12) semester hours of pre-requisite work shall be accomplished by candidates completing senior level undergraduate or masters level courses in required subject areas or; with permission from the program director, up to six (6) hours of doctoral level electives transferred in from another institution.

International candidates will need to apply for a study permit from the Canadian government in order to register formally for courses. In their application students should indicate that the program requires two years of study, with four, one month study sessions in Canada.

For more details about admission requirements please go to the following page (admission requirements).

Program Requirements: (36 credits)

Candidates normally will take the KDMN program as students of NBS. For individual course descriptions and syllabi, please go to (KDMN course syllabi).

  • KDMN 900 Introduction to the Program, Development of Research Competence & Preparation of Dissertation Proposal (3 credits)
  • KDMN 905 Leadership and Globalization: Global Leadership Theory and its Practice Within a Christian Frame of Reference (3 credits)
  • KDMN 906 A Biblical Theology of Kingdom Leadership Serving the Missio Dei (3 credits)
  • KDMN 907 Global and Cross-cultural Dimensions of Christian Leadership and Leadership Development (3 credits)
  • KDMN 908 Global Leadership and Spiritual/Ethical Formation (3 credits)
  • KDMN 909 Elective (projected: Biblical Theology, Boundary Crossings, and the Missio Dei) (3 credits)
  • KDMN 910 Global Leadership, Religious Values and the Marketplace (3 credits)
  • KDMN 911 Global Leadership and Communications (3 credits)
  • KDMN 920 Global Leadership Issues I: Mentoring, Coaching and Equipping (3 credits). This is a mentored, in-context learning experience.
  • KDMN 921 Elective (Global Leadership Issues II: Power, Conflict, Governance and Staffing in Global Leadership Contexts . This is a mentored, in-context learning experience.) (3 credits)
  • KDMN 950 Dissertation Development I (3 credits)
  • KDMN 951 Dissertation Development II (3 credits)

Program Schedule: (24 months – candidates can follow an April to April schedule or October to October schedule)

DatesLocation/ContextApplies to
April 18-20, 2017
April 20-22
April 24-27
May 1-5
NBS Campus – 3 weeksKDMN 900 A,
KDMN 921
KDMN 910
KDMN 906
May - August 2017Applied Studies CourseKDMN 921
October 10-12, 2017
October 12-14
October 16-20
October 23-27
NBS Campus – 3 weeksKDMN 900 A, B, C
KDMN 920
KDMN 907
KDMN 911
November 2017 - March 2018Applied Studies CourseKDMN 920
April 10-12, 2018
April 12-14
April 16-20
April 23-27
NBS Campus – 3 weeksKDMN 900 A, B, C
KDMN 921
KDMN 908
KDMN 905
May - August 2018Applied Studies CourseKDMN 921
October 9-11, 2018
October 11-13
October 15-19
October 22-26
NBS Campus – 3 weeksKDMN 900 A, B, C
KDMN 920
KDMN 909
KDMN 912

Admissions and registration

Interested candidates can apply for admission online. You can apply to begin in April or in October. Please go to (application form). Applicants will need to provide:

  1. academic transcripts for undergraduate and graduate degrees;
  2. references;
  3. personal photo;
  4. summary of conversion and vocational ministry experience;
  5. application fee ($100 Canadian).

Registration for courses is also done online. Please go to (online registration).

Faculty resources

Faculty possess credentials and leadership experience related to the subjects they teach. They represent a mix of Korean and North American scholars and mentors. The KDMN requires considerable inter-disciplinary teaching expertise. To enrich the candidates’ learning experience we use instructional teams in many courses. At this point faculty resources and their linkage with specific courses are tentative and may be adjusted by NBS at any time.

  • Dr. Kent Anderson, Ph.D., Professor of Homiletics (KDMN 911). Assisted by a Korean pastor.
  • Dr. Dongshin Chang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor (KDMN 900, 906)
  • Dr. Nam Sik Kim, D. Miss. (KDMN 910)
  • Dr. Mark Naylor, D.Th. Intercultural Studies (KDMN 907)
  • Dr. Daniel Park, DMN, DRE. Mentored, in-context courses (KDMN 920, 921), assisted by mentors located in Korea and Canada.
  • Dr. Larry Perkins, Ph.D., Professor of Biblical Studies (KDMN 906). Assisted by Dr. Dongshin Chang, Ph.D.
  • Dr. Brian Rapske, Ph.D., Professor of New Testament Studies (KDMN 909). Assisted by Dr. Howard Andersen, Ph.D. (New Testament).
  • Dr. Edmund Rhee, Ph.D. (KDMN 908).
  • Dr. Guy Saffold, Ed.D. (KDMN 905). Assisted by Jonathan Numada.
  • Dr. Archie Spencer, Th.D., Associate Professor of Theology.

Graduation requirements

To be eligible for graduation, students must complete ten courses (30 credits) with a grade point average of at least 3.0, plus a dissertation and oral examination (6 credits) with a minimum grade of B-. The program will appear on the student’s transcript as Doctor of Ministry in Global Christian Leadership (Korean).

Tuition and fees

The tuition is set at $500 (Canadian) per credit. Fees for new students beginning September 1, 2016 will be $510 (Canadian) per credit. The application fee is $100 and is due with the application. The graduation fee is $200 and is due when the dissertation is submitted for examination. There are no other fees for the program. Tuition will generally be adjusted annually at the rate of 3%. To confirm their admission candidates will be required to provide a $4,500 (Canadian) deposit by September 1 to cover the tuition for the first series of campus intensive courses and the first mentored, context-based course. Thereafter, tuition fees are due two weeks before each intensive campus course session (i.e. March 1 for the April intensive and September 1 for the second and third October intensives.

In the event that a candidate is unable to attend an intensive session, tuition deposit refunds requested by October 1 or April 1 will be provided in full. From October 1 and April 1 to the beginning of on campus course instruction, the refund will be 80% of the tuition deposit. Once the in-class on campus course instruction has actually started, the refund will be 50% of the tuition deposit. Once the on campus teaching is completed for a course, no refund will be provided.

Courses in October are offered the last three weeks of the month (e.g. for 2016 this would be October 12-29) and in April it depends upon the dates of Easter (e.g. for 2016 this is April 11-29; for 2017 this will be April 20 – May 6).

NBS complies with provincial government regulations regarding the consumer protection of candidates’ tuition deposits.

Program Delivery

The KDMN program will be delivered over two years through intensive course segments at NBS, which is located on the TWU campus in Langley, B.C. If you begin in October the sessions are scheduled for October, April, October and October. If you begin in April the sessions are scheduled for April, October, April, April. Candidates will be visiting the NBS campus four (4) times during the program and should consider such travel and accommodation costs.

The intensive on-campus courses involve assigned readings and critical reviews completed before the students meet in the classroom, and significant written research papers or project assignments due within 70 days afterwards. The courses are cycled over a two year period. If you have to miss a campus session, then it will delay your graduation. In addition candidates will complete two context-based courses focusing upon specific leadership issues in between the first, second and third on campus course sequences. A dissertation proposal is developed and approved during the first year and completed during the second year of the program. The dissertation defense occurs during the fourth campus visit, as does graduation.

Some courses will be taught in English with translation and other courses will be taught in Korean. The context-based courses will follow specific templates and as part of the KDMN 900 course requirements the candidates work with the faculty advisor to develop their personalized learning process for these courses. Candidates participate in these courses (KDMN 920 and 921) as part of affinity groups which led by the faculty advisor.

Academic quality is assured by the faculty and staff qualifications as per NBS hiring and academic policies. Several program leaders generally possess fluency in both Korean and English. At least half of the faculty involved will have ability to teach directly in Korean. In the event that translators are required, these will have demonstrated competence.

As the program is implemented, the English-speaking instructors will utilize a bilingual teaching assistant, who will follow marking templates developed in collaboration with the faculty member. The bilingual teaching assistant will become familiar with the course content and perspectives of the instructors by attending the courses prior to marking assignments. Furthermore, some of the bilingual program leaders are the faculty for KDMN 900. In the case of the dissertation candidates will submit a 20 page English language summary (formally translated) as part of the dissertation. This team approach to the curriculum should ensure that academic quality in the evaluation of assignments and the awarding of grades demonstrates academic quality.

Contextualization will permeate the program through the bilingual faculty and staff. It will be introduced in KDMN 900, where elements that deal with cross-cultural educational realities such as critical thinking skills, North American graduate education expectations, research elements, in-course interactions, and context-based learning, will be addressed with the help of bilingual instructors. As part of the program candidates complete the Intercultural Development Inventory which helps each person assess their intercultural competence. This is an internationally recognized tool employed to assist individuals to enhance their ability as global leaders.

For details about the dissertation process and requirements refer to (the Dissertation Manual).

KDMN Planning Committee

KDMN Planning Committee

KDMN Planning Committee