The Ph.D. in Evangelism trains students to not only develop a biblical framework for the evangelistic mission of the church but also analyze contemporary trends in church growth. This degree is offered in a modular format and focuses on theological, methodological and contemporary issues in evangelism.

Incoming Ph.D. students are matched with a supervisor from our world-class faculty who shares their research interests. Professors who can supervise students in this area are:

Timothy K. Beougher (Evangelism, Spiritual Awakenings)

Seminars provide students the opportunity to engage in focused study on key subjects in their academic discipline. The following is a list of courses in this area of study:

  • Biblical and Theological Foundations for Missions and Evangelism
  • Leadership in Missions and Evangelism
  • Anthropology and Ethnographic Research
  • Spiritual Warfare in Missions and Evangelism
  • History of Missions and Evangelism
  • World Religions Survey
  • Method and Influence: American Evangelists
  • Contemporary Issues in Evangelism

If you are interested in applying for the Ph.D. in this area of study, learn more about the Admissions Process. To prepare for the entrance exam in this area of study, consult the study guide.