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Agriculture Technology Offered at MACC

In response to community need and demand and in an effort to expand offerings at its Mexico, MO, campus, Moberly Area Community College is moving forward with designing and implementing programs focused on the agriculture industry. Students pursuing these degrees can use their A+ benefit to pay for classes.

Students with plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in an agriculture field now have additional choices available to them in their course offerings. New courses will be phased in over the next 18 months. Soil Science and Rural Sociology, the first new courses designed for students interested in agriculture, will be offered beginning with the Fall 2018 semester. Additional new courses include Animal Science and Plant Science.

Course rotations will help to ensure that students have access to transfer courses that are recommended for a four-year degree in agriculture; these courses include Environmental Science, Atmospheric Science, Introduction to Business, Geology, Biology, Plant Biology, Macroeconomics, and Microeconomics.

Over the last several months, MACC faculty and staff have worked with an Agriculture Advisory Board comprised of local business leaders and educators in the Mexico area to help identify and recommend an Associate of Applied Science in an agriculture field. This degree, an AAS in Agriculture Technology, will provide the training and education needed to serve the area’s employment needs and will include such courses as Plant Science, Animal Science, Ag Systems, DC/AC Electronics, and Ag Business. MACC’s Engineering Systems Mechatronics degree is also scheduled to be expanded to the Mexico campus beginning in Fall 2018.

For additional information about MACC’s agriculture initiatives e-mail . To schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor visit the following link: http://www.macc.edu/academic-advising-m.

 

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The Two in Eight online program allows students to fit college into their busy lives. Complete an Associate of Arts in General Studies by taking two online classes every 8 weeks during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Students will focus on two courses at a time while still enrolled as a full-time student. See an advisor today for more details. 

1st 8-week session (January 17 – March 10, 2017)
BUS100 Intro to Business 3 credit hours
CIT101 Computer Essentials 3 credit hours
ECN101 Macroeconomics 3 credit hours
GEO101 World Geography I 3 credit hours
LAL101 Composition I 3 credit hours
MTH100 Intermediate Algebra 3 credit hours
PHI150 Introduction to Philosophy 3 credit hours
PSY101 General Psychology 3 credit hours
SKL101 College Orientation 1 credit hour
2nd 8-week session (March 13 – May 18, 2017)
ART102 Art Survey & Appreciation II 3 credit hours
BIO205 Human Anatomy w/Lab 4 credit hours
BUS150 Business Communication 3 credit hours
CIT101 Computer Essentials 3 credit hours
ECN101 Macroeconomics 3 credit hours
ECN102 Microeconomics 3 credit hours
HSC120 Health and Hygiene 2 credit hours
HSC171 Medical Terminology 3 credit hours
HST105 Am History to 1865 3 credit hours
LAL102 Composition II 3 credit hours
MTH140 College Algebra 3 credit hours
PHI152 Intro to Ethics 3 credit hours
PSY250 Human Lifespan Development 3 credit hours
SKL101 College Orientation 1 credit hours
SOC101 Sociology 3 credit hours
SPK101 Public Speaking 3 credit hours

 

BSN Options

Upon successful completion of MACC's AADN program and passing the NCLEX-RN exam, graduates are eligible to apply to institutions such as, University of Missouri-Columbia, Central Methodist University, and Chamberlain College of Nursing. These institutions have articulation agreements in place with MACC to promote seamless transition into their baccalaureate nursing programs.

BSN Options

Upon successful completion of MACC's ADN program and passing the NCLEX-RN exam, graduates are eligible to apply to institutions such as, University of Missouri-Columbia, Central Methodist University, and Chamberlain College of Nursing. These institutions have articulation agreements in place with MACC to promote seamless transition into their baccalaureate nursing programs.

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Law Enforcement Training

Classes Start January 3, 2019

Application deadline is December 10, 2018.
Enrollment deadline is December 14, 2018.

MACC's Law Enforcement Training Center (LETC) prepares recruits for the challenges of maintaining safety and providing leadership in local communities as licensed Peace Officers. The LETC provides instruction in every aspect of law enforcement, giving graduates a firm base for a successful career in departments around the country.

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Receive Your License in Only 20 Weeks 

Established in 1995, The MACC Law Enforcement Training Center is approved by the Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission and its curriculum exceeds the basic, 600-hour Peace Officer's training. Classroom and field instruction comes from local and state law enforcement officers, who freely share their decades of experience. Instructors go hands-on with training in firearm safety, traffic stops and defensive tactics. Recruits learn effective reporting and investigation techniques, as well as departmental administration and offender control and treatment.

The LETC is run like a functioning police department with chain of command that includes squad assignments and squad leaders. Participants are expected to clock in for their shift, wear uniforms and maintain departmental respect just as their future commanders will demand.

Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to apply for POST licensure from the State of Missouri, qualifying them for employment as peace officers in the state. LETC graduates will receive a one-year Law Enforcement certificate from MACC, and 32 college credit hours that may be applied toward the attainment of an advanced degree.

This is not a job; it's a passion

Law Enforcement is not a place for the faint of heart or those that shrink from conflict. Late nights and long days on the street are the norm. Passion, determination, and respect for our country's laws are the earmarks of a successful LETC graduate. The opportunities for employment and advancement are wide open. Local, state and federal government agencies are searching for men and women to take on the deep responsibility required to protect their families and businesses. MACC is proud to provide the doorway for the next state trooper, marshal, sheriff or municipal officer through the LETC.

 

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