Associate of Professional Studies

The Associate of Professional Studies degree allows students to receive a Biblical and theological foundation for servant-leadership while training for a career using the vocational training available at a community college. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for service in volunteer or bi-vocational ministry applications.

Contact: Faith Axton (registrar@cccb.edu)

APS students can develop a 16-19 specialized career certificate from Moberly Area Community College (or equivalent program from another college) in a career field.  Available programs at MACC include the following:


Semester class loads are estimated.  Career Certificate courses will vary each semester based on the field chosen by the student.  MACC courses are covered by the Full-Tuition Scholarship for Central's onsite students.

APS students can complete a Bachelor of Religious Studies degree from CCCB in four more semesters of study or a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree with a ministry major in five more semesters of study.