• The Senate of McMaster Divinity College considers student evaluation of courses to be an essential component of ongoing programme assessment. This form will help you to evaluate the following in light of your personal learning goals, the goals of the course, and those of your degree programme:

    1. The course content
    2. Your own involvement in the course
    3. The instructor
    4. Methods of teaching and assessment

    The Doctor of Practical Theology (DPT) degree is designed to cultivate practice-led research competency in emerging leaders who desire to remain in Christian ministry and addresses the development of theological disciplines in diverse contexts, cultivates advanced capacity for constructive theological reflection, develops skill in the practice of ministry, enriches personal spiritual formation, and provides advanced understanding of the various disciplines that undergird the students area of specialization. Particular courses contribute to the broader goals of the degree programme which, according to the standards of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada, facilitate learning in five key areas:

    1. Working knowledge of practical theology;
    2. Research skills and methodology suitable for practice-led research in the area of practical theology;
    3. Original research and writing for the benefit of church, academy, and society;
    4. Personal and spiritual formation;
    5. Capacity for ministerial and/or public leadership.

    Instructors will only be granted access to course evaluations after the submission of final grades. Your honest and objective assessment of all aspects of this course will contribute to its improvement for the benefit of future students. Please leave a blank for any questions that do not apply.
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