CTS @ a Glance

While continuing its long association with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), CTS incorporated as an independent institution in 1958. For more than 150 years through its incarnations as colleges within North Western Christian University and Butler University, CTS has pursued its mission of preparing ministers, counselors and lay people to serve as leaders of the church and the world.



Instructors
Faculty 20
Emeriti 12
Others offering instruction            11


Degree Programs Offered
Master of Divinity (MDiv)

Master of Arts in Multi-Cultural Christian Education (MAMCE)

Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling (MAMHC)

Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT)

Master of Theological Studies (MTS)

Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling (DMin PC)

Doctor of Ministry in Psychotherapy and Faith (DMin PF)

Doctor of Ministry in Marriage and Family Therapy (DMin MFT)

 
Joint Degree Programs Offered

Master of Divinity with Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling (MDiv MAMHC)

Master of Divinity with Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (MDiv MAMFT)

Master of Divinity with Master of Theological Studies (MDiv MTS)

Master of Divinity with Master of Arts in Multi-Cultural Christian Education (MDiv MAMCE)
 
Total Courses Offered 2012-13 74

 

Student Body Statistics
Enrollment 2011-12 219
Female Students 64%
Male Students 36%
Caucasian 63%
African American 24%
Hispanic 5%
Pacific Island/Asian American 3%
American Indian/Alaska Native 1%
Other 2%
International Students 2%
Religious affiliations 31

 

CTS Campus
The CTS campus is comprised of six buildings.  The main building includes classrooms, offices, Sweeney Chapel, Shelton Auditorium and the CTS Library. Also found on campus are the CTS Counseling Center, the Hospitality House for overnight visitors and three student apartment buildings.


Administration
President Dr. Matthew Myer Boulton
Vice President for Academic Affairs       
and Dean of the Faculty
Dr. Edwin David Aponte
Chief Operating Officer Julie Shewmaker  
Vice President for Seminary Advancement Melissa E. Hickman