Semiotics, Church, and Culture

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Doctor of Ministry - Semiotics, Church, and Culture Track

Program length 3 years
Credit hours 38
Cost per credit hour

$590, plus $1,900 per in-person Advance intensive* or $500 per Online Advance.

Tuition cost for entire program $28,120* (financial aid available)
Accreditation ATS (Association for Theological Schools); NWCCU (Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities)
Format Online, with 2 in-person Advance intensives in Cambridge, UK; and Orcas Island, Washington. Due to COVID-19, the Orientation Advance will be held Online at a reduced fee of $500.
Early application deadline February 1
Final application deadline June 1. Applications accepted after the deadline when cohorts are not filled.

*All stated financial information is subject to change.

Alumni Stories

Brandon Rhodes

Portlander Brandon Rhodes delivers organic vegetables by bicycle. His venture “has the fixings of some stereotype of Portland,” Rhodes admits with a laugh, yet Rolling Oasis Grocers is not a mere Portlandia- esque hipster gig. Rhodes, who holds a DMin from Portland Seminary, found the inspiration for Rolling Oasis when he clarified his vision as putting down deeper roots in his own Lents neighborhood by connecting his neighbors with nourishing food. Read more