We are now moving all classes back some sites (at 50% in class & 50% online) starting this fall enrollment term.

  1. Enrollment -Fall Close on August 23, 2021
  2. Enrollment-Midway Close on December 10, 2021
  3. Enrollment-Summer Close on May 9, 2022

To all students, staff, local pastors, members and vendors. Romans 13:1-2 says: "Obey the government, for God is the One who has put it there. There is no government anywhere that God has not placed in power. So those who refuse to obey the law of the land are refusing to obey God, and punishment will follow." As part of our system of truth we must close all areas. A limited number of online classes are online (see your religious leader or school dean). All Executive and administrative staff will be allowed to work from home.  Classes start (50% online & 50% in house (class)) on September 19, 2021. Limited classes will be held at some of our local churches, at 50% to 75% in attendance (based  on the building size.

By order:

National Office of the College/Pastor.

Why choose Daniel Matthew Ecclesiastical College

At DMECS, you don’t just graduate with an education – you graduate ready to work. You start the fast track for any ecclesiastical degree, certificate or certification of interest. We assist in the jump start of your career, in as little as one semester.
Our focus is on you and how we can prepare you to succeed at every occupation. With our commitment to hands-on training, programs for only the most relevant, in-demand careers, and strong relationships with local religious orders & other employers, we’re proud to be one of the best Ecclesiastical Occupational/Marketable Skills College, in the United States.
Here are just a few of the reasons you should consider attending DMECS Occupational/Marketable Skills Colleges.

1. Land the ministry job you want,
2. Be prepared for the real world,
3. Get an ecclesiastical education that works, and
4. Find your passion in faith.

DMECS is an ecclesiastical & bible standing Occupational/Marketable skills college, unlike any other. You can knock out your training, earn a ecclesiastical degree or certificate and get to work in less than two years. Or, if you’re looking for a little of that traditional college experience, whether you want to live on campus or play intramural sports – DMECS gives you both.
Make it the college experience you want, with DMECS unique mix of offerings. Please External link opens in new tab or window(Click Here) to view our downloadable brochure.. Feel free to browse through our website to learn more about DMECS

     Exceptional professors and deans.


Our extraordinary teaching staff believes in ecclesiastical education, but also making you feel as comfortable as possible so that you learn at the pace that suits your needs in the local church.

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Occupational/Marketable Skills

What is an Occupational/Marketable Skills school?
What is Occupational/Marketable Skills education? It is a skill base program based upon the instructor’s years of experience and job market (much like adjuncts at  any other colleges).
What does occupational and/or marketable mean? It means to receive a  certification and/or marketable training  certificates for an entry level job or career path.
What kinds of jobs do Occupational/Marketable Skills college graduates get? Ecclesiastical ministration, Ecclesiastical Paralegal, Ministry Construction, Local church clerks, etc.
Can I make good money with an Occupational/Marketable Skills certificate career? Yes, depending upon the occupational interest some students can start off with as much as 32k to 102k or more.
Do some religious orders prefer four-year degrees to two-year degrees? The answer to this question clearly depends upon the hiring ministry manager, the duties and level of responsibilities. We also offer ecclesiastical degree programs.
Are Occupational/Marketable Skills careers safe? Yes!
Are Occupational/Marketable Skills careers outdated? Not at all, look at the Sunday schools in the local church (or other religious orders) and their numbers across the county.
What’s the difference between for-profit and nonprofit Occupational/Marketable Skills schools? The answer is simple. For-profit answer to shareholders, non-for profit spend (about) 77% to 92%, answer to the student needs in the ministration, because we don’t have to answer to share holders.

Continuous improvement.


At the DMECS, we are guided by the local ecclesiastical order focus on building the ministration, students and a commitment to bringing equity and excellence to ecclesiastical education.  We welcome feedback and constructive discussion about our program so that the religious orders in our communities we serve have the teachers they need and they deserve.


Our commitment to excellence.


We  built a passionate ecclesiastical programs within your order, that will allow you to perform at an extremely high level within the local order and his ministration..