Requires 9–12 months of supervised experience in an approved worship ministry. Internships are awarded to students receiving an invitation from one of the approved ministries participating in the “LU Worship Department Graduate Mentoring Program.” The student is to submit a proposal for internship placement one semester in advance and approved by the Chair of the Graduate Program. .” Special consideration is given to student giftedness, talent, leadership skill and spiritual maturity as related to local ministry needs. At the conclusion of the internship, the student must demonstrate completion of a serious, formal research paper that documents how the internship promoted formational, transformational, relational, missional, and reproducible worship in their own ministry.
Achievement 85-90% of the degree program; completion of 38-40 hours of Worship and Music Studies courses; demonstration of previous leadership experience in worship ministry; and completed application to the Coordinator of the Graduate Program.
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