Students work in small groups led by ministry professionals and attend plenary sessions led by seminary faculty and guest presenters. Students claim their authority as Christian leaders, hone their skills in theological thinking, attend to their spiritual practices and embrace their identities as theological practitioners. Students continue to articulate their calling and vocation in the context of field education settings and develop skills of contextual analysis for ministry, problem solving and administration. Full-year course; register both fall and spring. 4 semester hours per year. Prereq: 10-500, 1112-503, 11-500, 12-500, 13-501, 13-502, & 21-505