Cook College & Theological School is an ecumenical Christian institution of higher education serving Native Americans since its founding in 1911. With historical ties to the Presbyterian Church (USA), CCTS offers the Associate of Arts degrees in Pastoral Studies and Christian Education. The College occupies 17 acres in the heart of Tempe
Pastoral Studies offers Old and New Testament, Lifespan Development, Pastoral Care in Native American Communities, Christian Education, Theology, Church History and Polity, Preaching, Christian Music, Choir, Piano, Flute, Guitar, Internship, and General Studies.
Christian Education offers a curriculum of Pastoral Studies with Curriculum Evaluation, Youth Ministry, Educational Methodology, Educational Administration, Choir, Field Experience, electives, and General Studies.
Cook College is located in Maricopa County and has a total crrent enrollment of about 20 students.
Student housing is available for 30.