Micah Group members and facilitators may complete up to 12 units of the required 48 units toward a Doctor of Ministry degree at Fuller Theological Seminary through active participation in a local Micah Group with some additional academic requirements (including supplemental reading and papers, participation in webinars with Tim Dearborn, and a final project). Micah Group participation may also substitute for the Pasadena-based intensive seminars otherwise required by the DMin program.
Please note you must apply and be accepted to Fuller Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry program within your first year of Micah Group participation to be eligible to receive units for Micah Group participation. Regular DMin tuition payments also apply to units earned through Micah Groups. Click here for details about Fuller's DMin program.
Micah Group members and facilitators may earn a 4 unit elective toward any Master's degree in the School of Theology or School or Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary through active participation in a local Micah Group and some additional academic requirements (including supplmental reading and papers and a final project). Please note you must apply and be accepted to a Fuller Seminary Master's program to be eligible to receive units for Micah Group participation. Click here for more information about Fuller's academic programs.
Upon completion of a 2-year Micah Group experience, the Ogilvie Institute can issue a letter certifying participation in Micah Groups for CE credit. Please contact Mark Finney if you are interested in this option.