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TruMACC - Frequently Asked Questions



MizzouMACC is a co-enrollment program between Moberly Area Community College (MACC) and the University of Missouri (Mizzou). MizzouMACC students experience the depth and breadth of a four-year university while enjoying the affordability and academic flexibility found at a two-year institution. This collaborative program includes academic advisers, faculty and staff at MACC and Mizzou who work together to help students succeed. The program provides enhanced academic advising to ease the transfer of credits and increases campus involvement to foster student success.






TruMACC logoThe TruMACC Transition Program is a joint admission effort between Moberly Area Community College and Truman State University.

Students are co-enrolled at both MACC and Truman, allowing them to enjoy the 4-year university experience while taking advantage of the affordability and diverse levels of academic preparation found at a 2-year institution. TruMACC is a highly collaborative program with academic advisors, faculty and staff at MACC and Truman working together to facilitate student success.

Students may enter the TruMACC Transition Program from a variety of avenues:

  • Fully admitted to Truman but prefer to initially attend a community college
  • Admitted to Truman contingent upon successful completion of the TruMACC program
  • Admitted to or attending MACC and referred to the TruMACC program by an MACC advisor.

TruMACC students are enrolled full-time between both institutions (9-12 credit hours at MACC and 3-6 credit hours at Truman State University). Minimum progress requirements include a cumulative combined 2.75 grade point average with no grade lower than a C. Although formal application for transfer admission to Truman can occur after completion of 12 credit hours, earning the Associate of Arts degree or 60 credit hours with a 2.75 qualifies the TruMACC student for automatic admission to Truman. Students who do not meet TruMACC requirements are subject to the institutional requirements of the two institutions. TruMACC students are assessed the appropriate tuition, housing, and required fees at the respective institution.


For more Informaion:

Truman State University
Melody Chambers

Moberly Area Community College
Artie Fowler


2015 Class

The Class A basic training program


LETC graduates receive 32 credit hours in the following courses:

  • LEN120 Criminal Justice Communications (3)
  • LEN125 First Responder (2)
  • LEN126 Physical Training (1)
  • LEN135 Officer Survival & Use of Force (3)
  • LEN136 Tactical Operations (3)
  • LEN150 Criminal Law and Adjudication (3)
  • LEN210 Criminal Investigation I (3)
  • LEN220 Criminal Investigation II (3)
  • LEN225 Crisis Intervention and Conflict Resolution (3)
  • LEN230 Professional Conduct and Ethics (2)
  • LEN235 Firearms Training (3)
  • SOC150 Intro to Criminal Justice System (3)


During your classwork, instructors will cover the following material:

Legal Studies

  • Constitutional Law
  • Missouri Statutory Law
  • Traffic Law

Interpersonal Perspectives

  • Domestic Violence
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Ethics and Professionalism
  • Tactical Communications
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Dealing with Death

Technical Studies

  • DWI – NHTSA Certification
  • Criminal Investigation
  • Report Writing
  • Juvenile Justice and Procedures
  • First Responder
  • Patrol
  • Jail Population Management
  • Traffic Accident Investigation

Skill development

  • Defensive Tactics (PPCT) – Certification
  • Ground Fighting (PPCT) Certification
  • OCAT – Certification
  • Firearms
  • Driver Training
  • Practical Application Exercises
  • Physical Training
  • Stress Management
  • Health, Fitness and Nutrition