The 12-month Ministry Management course exists to train spiritual and skilled leaders for home and foreign mission fields.
Start dates: July 24 2017 and January 22 2018
In order to be able to start the Ministry Management Course, there are a few prerequisites online classes that must be completed before coming on campus. All of these online classes make up the Essentials of Health Evangelism course. Please register for it and specify that you are taking it as the prerequisite course for the ministry management course.
There are other courses that qualify as prerequisite courses for the ministry management course
This course is designed to be very practical because only by applying their knowledge to useful labor do students gain formative experience. All students study half of the day and the other half they get to apply what they learn and work in one of the departments of Wildwood.
During the first semester every students gets to work in one of the departments (including Construction/Maintenance, Auto mechanics, Hydrotherapy, Agriculture, Diet Kitchen, etc.) depending on three things: the student’s interests, the student’s abilities, and the ministry’s needs.
During the second semester every student will be able to take a leadership role as an administrative assistant of one of the different businesses of Wildwood depending on their capabilities:
Receive special training to:
Students will learn Human Resource Management as a source of sustainable advantage, studying the following aspects:
The cost is of $4000.
Upon acceptance, students are required to send a deposit of $400. (10% of $4000 tuition). A student (CS) will pay the remaining $3,600 on arrival.
A very limited number of students are regularly accepted on the Missionary Volunteer Plan. Upon acceptance, Missionary Volunteer Students (MVS) are required to send a $490 deposit. This deposit is refundable up to four weeks before their scheduled arrival. Once a student has completed his missionary volunteer agreement, this deposit will be returned.
MVS work 40 hours per week for 8 full months prior to the course. The first 16 hours/week covers the student’s room and board and the remaining hours pay for their entire tuition.
All students living on campus work 20 hours per week. 16 hours go to room and board; and 4 hours go towards program expenses.
All students are required to pay a $200 deposit for room and board.
Materials, Textbooks and syllabi are an additional cost of about $250 and are available from the campus book store on a cash only basis.