This degree focuses on foundational aspects of the Wesleyan tradition that shape personal and social holiness.
Particular attention is given to spiritual practices that help students “do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God” (Micah 6:8) so that they can be instruments of God’s peace through whom “justice rolls down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream” (Amos 5:24)
COURSE OF STUDY - 30 Credits
Students will enjoy Tutorial Courses with an assigned Faculty Mentor.
Introduction to Graduate Studies: 3 credits
Tutorial Courses: 9 credits
Three 3-credit courses
The Wesleyan Message of Renovation
The Wesleyan Method of Formation
The Wesleyan Mission of Transformation
Capstone Experience: 18 credits
Three 6-credit courses
Students will be using their Capstone Research to serve as a foundation for a Contextual Ministry Project. This project will provide an experience of applying Wesleyan Theology to Ministry in the Student's context. The Capstone Paper will present the Research, Project Structure, and the Project Impact.
Northwind Institute|Seminary is member of the Digital Theological Library which has a rich Wesleyan collection including:
A short guide for helping students cite works by John Wesley
A Christian Library by John Wesley
Among his many writings, John Wesley edited and abridged a number of devotional classics and republished them in what he called A Christian Library. These "Extracts from and Abridgments of the Choicest Pieces of Practical Divinity Which Have Been Published in the English Tongue," as Wesley subtitled them, were first published in 50 volumes in 1750. The present digital collection was scanned from the 1821 edition of these classics, published in 30 volumes.
The journal of the Wesleyan Theological Society. This is the archive of the issues from 1966-2010.
Tuition: $200 per credit hour
Application - Waived
Enrollment - $300
Library - Waived
Graduation - $300
Duncan Family Fellow