Mid-America Christian University (MACU) is a private, Christian liberal arts college that's experiencing unprecedented growth. In the last four years alone, MACU has grown from 909 students to over 2,400! The reason for this rapid growth is simple: Mid-America offers life-transforming associate's, bachelor's and master's programs that will expand your employment and ministry opportunities.

Whether you're a recent high school graduate looking for a traditional campus experience, or a motivated working adult who needs affordable, accessible education, Mid-America has what you're looking for. We offer a range of programs such as: Behavioral Science, Counseling, Business Administration, Bible & Theology, Teacher Education, Leadership, and Criminal Justice all taught from a worldview that promotes Judeo-Christian values and ethics.

Traditional Student

College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)

On-Campus Programs for Residential & Daytime Commuting Students.

Non-Traditional Student

College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS)

One night a week on-campus programs for commuters or 100% online.

Mid-America Christian University prepares students through a Wesleyan perspective to create, collaborate, and innovate to solve local and global problems for the glory of God through Jesus Christ and the good of society.

“Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father. (John 14:12)

Mid-America Christian University is
“Preparing People to do Greater Things for God and His Kingdom.”

Dream Bigger. Do Greater.

Online Degree Catalog

The Mid-America Online Degree Browser allows you to explore the MACU Academic Catalog.

Take a moment to browse our colleges, schools, degrees, courses and other information.

Testimonial

The MAP Scholarship is crucial to me. Without it I’d be taking out very significant student loans for my ministry education. Instead, I’m able to focus on ministry preparation from our great faculty.

Mason Brown, '16