The Graduate School of Theology and Ministry seeks to inspire and equip students for pastoral ministry, leadership, scholarship, and service.
Students from a wide range of denominations and traditions are invited into a community of scholars and passionate educators who are committed to the life of the church, experienced in mission and service, and accomplished in research and publication.
The academic programs are flexible, allowing students to give attention to their interests and professional pursuits. Students may choose from the following two MA concentrations and one Certificate program:
Students may pursue these programs as full-time or as part-time students. Full-time students will normally require two years to complete an MA program, or one year to complete the Certificate program.
The Graduate School of Theology and Ministry holds an affiliation agreement with Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary, and maintains partnerships with Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary and Steinbach Bible College. It also works in cooperation with the United Centre for Theological Studies at the University of Winnipeg.
A number of Mennonite Churches have an advisory role at the Graduate School. These churches include the Chortitzer Mennonite Conference, the Evangelical Mennonite Conference, the Evangelical Mennonite Missionary Conference, the Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba, and Mennonite Church Manitoba.
For additional information about Graduate School of Theology and Ministry at CMU, please contact Karl Koop, Director of the Graduate School of Theology and Ministry, at 204.487.3300 (ext. 630), toll free at 1.877.231.4570, or by e-mail at kkoop:@:cmu.ca.