Scott Marsee Leading AGS Ministry Programs
Ohio Christian University’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies has appointed Scott Marsee as Director of Ministry Programs. In this capacity, he will provide direction for program visioning; oversight of themes throughout curricula; and engagement with students, faculty, and church leaders. Marsee brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will serve students well.
Marsee earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Asbury University, Master of Arts in World Missions and Evangelism from Asbury Theological Seminary and Post-Graduate Certificate in Education with a Specialization in College Teaching from Capella University. He is currently writing his dissertation for a Ph.D. in Education from Capella University.
Marsee is an ordained minister with the Church of the Nazarene and has spent a number of years in youth, associate, and senior pastorates. Most recently, he has been a faculty administrator for online programs at OCU, all the while maintaining his pastoral roots through mentoring ordination candidates, providing transitional pastoral leadership in local congregations, and teaching ministry courses at various institutions.
With more than 1,200 ministry students currently enrolled in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies, OCU is well positioned to impact the Church and society. Programs include Biblical Studies, Pastoral Ministry, Leadership and Ministry, and the Master of Arts in Ministry, with concentrations in Pastoral Care and Counseling or Practical Theology. Marsee shared his vision for the ministry programs,
“Our AGS ministry programs are uniquely positioned to equip students for the challenges and opportunities that face ministry leaders today. I am excited for the future of the AGS ministry programs as we innovate to offer new programs and improve existing programs to support student learning.”
OCU has designed associate, bachelor, and masters programs to accommodate the adult learner through an accelerated program with convenience, affordability, and user friendliness. Adult students focus on only one course at a time, either through one evening per week (onsite) or 24/7 (online) with active faculty participation in the learning environment. Students may choose from several onsite locations for face-to-face instruction, the online learning environment, or a blend of both. OCU also recognizes and rewards prior learning credit to facilitate educational mobility.
To begin classes online or at one of our locations in Ohio or Georgia, call 1-855-OCU-GRAD or visit http://www.ohiochristian.edu/adult-degree-programs.