Dr. Stephen Franklin, Program Coordinator

The purpose of the Master of Arts in Christian Thought (MACT) is two-fold. First to prepare men and women for further study leading to the doctorate, and where these men and women, after obtaining their doctorate would look forward to serving Christ and his church by teaching at the university level. We have primarily in mind teaching in Nazarene and other Wesley-Arminian Christian colleges and universities, both in this country and abroad.

It should be noted that this is a program in Christian thought and not biblical studies nor church history. By Christian thought, we include systematic theology, constructive theology, philosophical theology, and historical theology as well as similar fields.