Wagner University Program Roadmaps

As a Christian University, the primary objective of all programs at Wagner University is to deepen students’ relationship with Jesus Christ and their readiness for Christian service in apostolic leadership and understanding.

Each of our programs has a different roadmap following Wagner University’s 4 Pillars of Learning hybrid teaching style. This unique ministry training model includes a fully online cohort model with the opportunity for in-person training and teaching throughout the program. Residential Training at Wagner University is offered both in-person and online along with hands-on, practical ministry experience. 

Learning outcomes are congruent with Christ’s Great Commandment, Great Commission, and Dominion Mandate. Students shall demonstrate that they have achieved the goals or learning outcomes of the program by means of direct and indirect evidence of student learning and inner transformation.

These specific learning outcomes will shape and inform the design of all courses, supervised ministry experiences, formation activities, and other instructional strategies to establish a coherent and integrated curriculum for each program design.

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Wagner School of Ministry

Wagner School of Ministry is designed to …

B.A. in Practical Ministry major is for those who desire to deepen their relationship with an all-loving God, and gain a better understanding of their personal identity, gifts, and calling. Courses are designed to empower students with a practical and applied understanding of God, scripture, and ministry.

Upon completion of the School of Ministry program, students will have an increase in their effectiveness as servant leaders, reformers, and revivalists in their arena of cultural influence, be it any combination of business, government, media, arts, and entertainment, education, or the family and religion. Read More.


M.A. in Apostolic Leadership and Applied Ministry

The M.A. in Apostolic Leadership and Applied Ministry program at Wagner University develops the leader within each student and prepares them for competent apostolic leadership in their sphere of cultural influence. The program strives to provide the student with a pragmatic biblical foundation for church governance through Christ’s 5-fold ascension gifts, as well as empower through specialized training in the ministerial engagement of prophetic ministry, healing, power evangelism, spiritual warfare, and a 7 Mountain Kingdom Mandate. Read More. 


M.A. in Spiritual Healing, Deliverance & Warfare

The M.A. in Spiritual Healing, Deliverance and Warfare is a practical, hands-on program where students will receive a thorough background, history, systematic theology and practices of effective healing ministries. They will also be given strategies for addressing ground, occult and strategic level spiritual warfare and complete a practicum with a portfolio.

Students will receive training and teaching from a wide range of instructors including Doris Wagner, Bill Sudduth, Chris Hayward, Ché Ahn and many more who offer insight from their own experience and many years of expertise in healing, deliverance and spiritual warfare. Read More.


M.A. in Women Leadership

The M.A. in Women’s Leadership at Wagner University is designed to enlarge the personal and professional capacities of its participants, leveraging their God-given strengths, enhancing their influence, and facilitating the development of lasting relationships with women from diverse backgrounds. During the program students will be part of a relational community that provides mentoring from like-minded, spiritually mature leaders and instruction from experts in the Marketplace, Ministry, Family, Government, and Education.

As a global Christian University, graduates of the program will be ready for deployment anywhere in the world to advance revival, reformation and cultural transformation. Read More.


D.Min in Apostolic Leadership and Applied Theology

The D.Min in Apostolic Leadership and Applied Theology is a 30-month program designed to transform your apostolic leadership and applied theological understanding.  This program will empower you in church polity and governance, social transformation and global mission. It will elevate your spiritual authority to the Kingdom level.

The primary objective of the D.Min in Apostolic Leadership and Applied Theology is to enhance students’ corporate apostolic leadership and applied theological understanding. Read More.


Who We Are

Vision and Future

It’s never too late to embrace the call to destiny. Be ignited in your passion and walk out purpose as you learn practical ministry and bring the power of the Kingdom outside the four walls of a classroom — to transform your world.

Founded in 1998 by Dr. C. Peter Wagner, WU reflects a new paradigm for unique training in practical ministry. Unlike traditional seminaries, we focus on equipping “in-service” leaders with a hybrid online and in-person style of teaching and learning, as well as impartation and activation. When you embark on the journey with us, you will have opportunities for hands-on, practical application and Spirit-led ministry.

Students are given practical tools to advance the Kingdom of God wherever they go and bring about revival, transformation and reformation.