Visit Days for M.A.C.S., M.A.C.P., and D.Min. Programs

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

On Monday, Feb. 20, and Wednesday, Feb. 22., Duke Divinity School will host on-campus visit days for prospective students interested in its newest degree programs, the Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.), the youth ministry-focused Master of Arts in Christian Practice (M.A.C.P.), and the Master of Arts in Christian Studies (M.A.C.S.).

Monday, the visit day will focus on the D.Min. and M.A.C.P. programs. Beginning at 4:00 p.m., prospective students will hear an overview of the degree programs, a discussion of financial aid offerings, and a faculty presentation. Registered participants will receive dinner and visitors from outside the Triangle area will receive overnight lodging accommodations.

These degrees blend short, residential intensive seminars with web-based distance learning, allowing participants to remain in full-time ministry or other professional positions.

Wednesday will feature a full-day visit for the M.A.C.S. program beginning at 10:30 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m. Visitors will have the opportunity to attend worship, a class, and have lunch with current M.A.C.S. students. Accomodations will be provided for registered participants traveling from outside the area.

The one-year M.A.C.S. program includes eight courses and is ideal for recent undergraduates, students enrolled in other Duke graduate programs, and Christian professionals in the Triangle area who wish to deepen their theological understanding.

To learn more or make a reservation for either event, call 919-660-3436 or e-mail