Associate in Arts and Ethics
Working adults who are seeking a non-traditional academic path may want to consider Mid-America Christian University’s Associate in Art and Ethics as a first step. This general education program will give students a well-rounded foundation of general education that can serve as the first two years for multiple four-year bachelor degree programs. Students will receive a diverse education that will develop their oral and written communication skills to prepare them for future academic endeavors. This degree has been created with a Christian focus and may also be of use to church leaders looking to increase their organizational and problem-solving skills within their church organization.
The total curriculum for this program consists of 62 credit hours of online classes. Classes will cover the most common liberal-arts general education requirements. Students can expect to take classes covering topics like Biology, Fine Arts, History, English Composition, Humanities, and Literature. Mid-American Christian University is unique in that it offers a selection of bible and theology classes that help students grow in their understanding of the ministry of Jesus Christ. Students will take Christian courses such as Biblical Life & Witness, Introduction to the Bible, and Romans. All classes will be offered through web-based teaching formats making students responsible for their own academic schedule. Mid-American Christian University requires students to participate in community service activities during each semester of matriculation. Students can perform this community service in a large variety of locations close to them.
This is a degree program made specifically for working adults. Students must be at least 22 years of age to be admitted.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Students must be at least 22 years of age.
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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