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Central Christian College of Kansas’ (CCCK) Online Bachelor of Science in Psychology is a comprehensive way to discover the foundations of psychology in the context of the Christian tenets of faith. CCCK prepares the next generation of Christian leaders to weave their faith into all aspects of learning and encourages graduates to make a positive impact when they pursue a career in the social sciences. Many schools offer a BS degree in psychology, but few schools offer the same value for your money, flexibility, Christian-centered teaching model and career opportunities. Learn more about what makes this program unique.
When a member of our Central Christian College of Kansas (CCCK) family wins a major award, we like to celebrate. When several rake in major accolades, we need to spread the word. That is why CCCK is thrilled to share that their entire student delegation at Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference walked away with nationally recognized Awards of Excellence on 27 June.
Prospective college students are often pushed toward four-year degrees in their search for further education. With this pressure in mind, the typical college applicant might ask, “What can you do with an Associate of Arts degree?” An Associate of Arts degree takes up to two years to complete but unlocks professions without the costs of a bachelor’s degree. This degree can act as a bridge to a bachelor’s degree with two-year courses counting toward four-year requirements.