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Unfortunately, we don’t offer payment deferment. You will be billed before classes begin for your next term, but you’ll only have to pay for the classes you’re enrolled in that term.

We currently do not offer hybrid programs. Our degrees are offered in a flexible, 100% online format.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $49,600, making the value of an MU degree unmatched. A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships tuition page.

Unfortunately, tuition doesn’t cover textbooks. You will be provided a book list for every course so that you can rent, buy, or borrow required textbooks.

The online MSN is taught primarily by full-time tenure and tenure-track faculty, with some courses taught by qualified and experienced adjunct faculty.

This program includes a combination of tenure-track and adjunct instructors. The adjuncts in this program are selected because they work in the school system, which builds connections to theory and practice that are key for student success.

Additional costs for this program include a $150 graduation fee. You may incur other costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks and supplies. To learn more about all tuition fees, click here.

Additional costs for this program include a $150 graduation fee. You may incur other costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks and supplies. To learn more about all tuition fees, click here.

There is a $150 graduation fee for all students. You can learn more about costs and fees on the tuition page.

There is a $150 graduation fee for all students. You can learn more about costs and fees on the tuition page.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. For instance, this program includes a $150 graduation fee. Be sure to consider these costs as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

As is the case with any school, you may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

In addition to tuition, this program may include costs for textbooks, supplies, and other fees, such as a $150 graduation fee. It’s important to consider these costs as you budget for your education. For additional details, visit this program’s tuition page.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education. You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

You may incur costs beyond tuition, such as textbooks, supplies, and other fees. Take these costs into consideration as you budget for your education.

You can review the tuition costs for this program here.

There is a $300 Licensure exam fee attached to the EDU 6900/PXS 6600 Student Teaching course. This fee is non-refundable and will be used to purchase a testing voucher for the required PPAT® pedagogy assessment. Students are required to pass all content licensure exams prior to completing their program. You can learn more about costs and fees on the tuition page.

Yes! Bachelor’s students can choose to add any of the following three minors to their program: Accounting, Business Administration, and Marketing. Explore our minors here.

Note: For students in the following programs, the Business Administration minor is already built into your program’s curriculum:

  • BS/BAS in Accounting
  • BS in Health Care Administration
  • BS in Marketing

To officially add this minor to your degree program, you’ll just need to notify your advisor.

Yes! Methodist University is proud to be a Yellow Ribbon school.

You can apply for grants, scholarships, and federal financial aid. See the Save Time & Money tab above for the many options available.

You can also apply for student federal aid: Methodist University’s federal school code is 002946.

Yes, if you provide documentation that you are eligible for the benefit, and that you have applied. However, only the Department of Veteran Affairs can determine eligibility for VA benefits. We are only estimating what they will pay. You will be responsible for any amount of your debt VA has determined they will not pay for. If you are unsure, wait until your COE is mailed to you.

As long as you have an internet connection and can commit to the time it takes to complete coursework, you can continue your program. Keep in mind that some courses have fieldwork experiences that need to be completed alongside classes. If you think deployment will interfere with those requirements, you can speak with a program manager directly at (855) 474-8222 or online@methodist.edu to answer your questions.

Moving from one concentration to another may be possible after enrollment. Contact an enrollment counselor to learn more.

This is not something we currently offer because tuition is collected based on your enrollment in each individual term.

Yes, financial aid can be used to cover textbook costs and living expenses. All information regarding tuition and financial assistance can be found here.

Yes, you can. We are required to report the net tuition cost to the VA after applying grants, scholarships, discounts, etc. that apply to tuition. The balance is what VA will pay under Chapter 33.

We’d love for you to visit our campus. If you are interested in setting up a formal campus tour, contact our admissions team at (855) 474-8222 or online@methodist.edu.

Yes! Online programs at Methodist University are specifically designed for busy working professionals, with flexible scheduling that allows for balancing personal and professional responsibilities. The asynchronous format gives you the ability to study on your own schedule as you work toward your goals.

While you can take breaks, our programs are designed for year-round attendance.

We recommend you continue term-to-term as students tend to perform better when they maintain continuous enrollment. If you need to take a break, your online advisor can assist you in getting started back up with courses.

Not at all. Methodist University welcomes people from all faiths and cultures. Read more about our mission, vision, and principles here.

Yes. Choose from two career-focused concentrations in Business Information Systems and Cybersecurity and Information Assurance. You can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Accounting, Business Administration, and Marketing. Explore our minors here, and learn more about each concentration here.

Both concentrations are optional for this program. You can learn more about the counseling/clinical psychology concentration and human performance psychology concentration on their dedicated overview pages.

You can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Accounting, Business Administration, and Marketing. Explore our minors.

Yes. The Administrative Leadership track is the only track offered for the online MSN program at this time and therefore is required.

While you do not need to have all documents ready when you start your application, your application file must be complete when you submit. This includes official transcripts, letters of recommendation, personal statements, and any other programmatic requirements for admission. Incomplete files will not be considered. Please visit your program page for full details.

No. You will not receive a W-2 from the VA and benefits paid under any law administered by VA should not be reported as income to the IRS.

Yes. Transfer credits are reviewed and accepted on a case-by-case basis. We accept up to nine credits transferred from previous institutions into our graduate-level programs and up to 93 into our undergraduate programs.

Please contact the Office of Student Accounts at (910) 630-7619 to discuss your payment options.

We offer rolling admissions, which means if you miss the application deadline for the term you applied for, your application materials will be carried over to the next available term so you don’t have to reapply. 

To view specific dates and deadlines, check the academic calendar on our Admissions page.

Yes. We offer an application fee waiver for online students.

We currently do not offer hybrid degree programs. Our degrees are delivered in a 100% online format designed to offer flexibility for working adults.

Yes. We offer 100% online degrees at the bachelor’s and master’s levels along with certificate options. You can pursue online programs in business, criminal justice, psychology, health care, and more. Learn more about our online degree programs here.

Yes. Contact an enrollment counselor to learn more.

Yes. You can click here for some helpful tips on navigating our learning management tool.

No, we currently do not provide credits for work experience.

Find more information on international students and visa sponsorships here.

Yes! You can add a Health Care Administration concentration to your BS or BAS in Accounting degree. Learn more about this program here.

You can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Business Administration and Marketing. Explore our minors.

Note: For students in the BS/BAS in Accounting, the Business Administration minor is already built into your program’s curriculum. To officially add this minor to your degree program, you’ll just need to notify your advisor.

Yes! You can add a Health Care Administration concentration to your BS or BAS in Business Administration degree. Learn more about the courses for this program here.

You can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Accounting and Marketing. Explore our minors.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. However, you can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Accounting, Business Administration, and Marketing.

Learn more about the bachelor’s program here, or explore our minors.

Yes. This program offers two career-focused concentrations in Business Information Systems and Cybersecurity and Information Assurance. Learn more about each concentration here.

Yes! The online BS in Marketing offers a Health Care Administration concentration, in which you’ll adopt leadership skills combined with the latest marketing technology skills needed to make a difference on any team. Learn more about the concentration here.

You can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Explore our minors.

Note: For students in the BS in Marketing, the Business Administration minor is already built into your program’s curriculum. To officially add this minor to your degree program, you’ll just need to notify your advisor.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid to reduce the “sticker price” of $49,600, which raises the value of your BS in Computer Information Technology degree. Plus, numerous scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships on the Tuition and Financial Aid page.

You can transfer up to 93 credits into this program. Learn more about our transfer policy here.

Most of our online degree programs do not follow the cohort model. You will be able to choose the courses you take in any particular term.

No, the BS in Criminal Justice program does not offer a virtual open house at this time.

A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs. Learn more about scholarships here.

There is no work experience required for this program. You can learn more about our admissions policies here.

While Methodist University does not offer a scholarship for this program, there are many third-party scholarships that you can pursue. Additionally, more than 97% of students receive significant financial aid to reduce this program’s “sticker price” of $49,600, which raises the value of your education.

Learn more about your financial aid and scholarship options on the Tuition and Financial Aid page.

You can transfer up to 93 credits toward your degree. Methodist University generally accepts credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education. You can learn more about our transfer policy here.

No. Most of our online degree programs do not follow the cohort model. You will be able to choose the courses you take in any particular term.

No, the BS in Psychology does not offer a virtual open house at this time.

This program features two optional concentrations: counseling/clinical psychology and human performance psychology. Each of these concentrations is designed to provide a deeper look at a specific psychology practice area.

The counseling/clinical psychology concentration is ideal for students who want to pursue graduate study for therapy careers, while the human performance psychology concentration is ideal for careers in human resources, machine design, and more. You can learn more about coursework for the BS in Psychology here.

You can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Accounting, Business Administration, and Marketing. Explore our minors.

A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs. Learn more about scholarships here.

There is no work experience required for this program. You can learn more about our admissions policies here.

While Methodist University’s online Graduate Nursing Education Certificate does not accept transfer credits, you can receive dual credit toward our online MSN degree. Request more information or call us at 910-212-4956 for more details.

Yes, this program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Yes. This online program is designed for professionals who work full time and is offered part-time, allowing you to balance work, school, and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No, there are no entrance exams required. You can learn more on our admissions page.

No prior work experience is required. You can learn more about our application process on the admissions page.

Yes, this program accepts up to nine transfer credits. Learn more about our admissions policy.

This program does not follow a cohort model. Learn more about coursework on the curriculum page.

Yes, this program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Yes. This online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, allowing you to balance work, school, and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

This program features online coursework with no residency requirement. However, you will complete 500 clinical hours.

The Administrative Leadership track is the only track offered for the online MSN program at this time and therefore is required.

No, there are no entrance exams required. You can learn more on our admissions page.

No prior work experience is required. You can learn more about our application process on the admissions page.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

There is no required residency program for this program.

There is no required residency program for this program.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $24,800, making the value of a Methodist University degree unmatched. A variety of scholarships are available for MU’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships here.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $24,800, making the value of a Methodist University degree unmatched. A variety of scholarships are available for MU’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships here.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

There is no required residency component for this program.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $49,600, making the value of a Methodist University degree unmatched. A variety of scholarships are available for MU’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships here.

Yes! The degree accepts up to 93 transfer semester hours, pending departmental approval.

Yes! The online BS/BAS in Accounting accepts up to 93 transfer semester hours, pending departmental approval.

Yes. You can transfer up to 93 credits (or 75% of the program) toward your degree. Methodist University generally accepts credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education. To find out whether or not you are eligible, you can request more information or call us at (910) 212-4956.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

No, neither the Bachelor of Science nor the Bachelor of Applied Science offer virtual open houses.

A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs. Learn more about scholarships here.

The program does not require you to complete an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

Yes! The online BSW accepts up to 93 transfer semester hours, pending departmental approval.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. However, you can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Accounting, Business Administration, and Marketing.

Learn more about this program here, or explore our minors.

Yes. For this program, Methodist University accepts up to 93 transfer credits from a regionally accredited university. To review the eligibility requirements, request more information or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor.

We do not offer a virtual open house, but there are various opportunities to explore this program. Begin with the program overview page, and be sure to review the career opportunities that you can pursue after graduation. To walk through this program with a knowledgeable counselor, request more information or call 910-212-4956.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. However, you can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Accounting, Business Administration, and Marketing.

You can learn more about coursework here, or explore our minors.

Yes! The online BS in Health Care Administration accepts up to 93 transfer semester hours, pending departmental approval.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

While no residency component is required, there is an internship component of the program that students has the opportunity to complete in their senior year.

At this time, we do not offer a virtual open house, however we’re always looking for ways to make the student experience great.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. However, you can further customize your degree by adding a minor, which will allow you to specialize in your field of interest and pursue your ideal career path. Choose from minors in Accounting and Marketing.

Note: For students in the BS in Health Care Administration, the Business Administration minor is already built into your program’s curriculum. To officially add this minor to your degree program, you’ll just need to notify your advisor.

Learn more about the Health Care Administration program here, or explore our minors.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $49,600, making the value of an MU degree unmatched. A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships here.

You can transfer up to 93 credits from a regionally accredited university. That represents 75% of the requirements for earning your BS in Marketing degree. To review the eligibility requirements, request more information or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor.

While we do not offer a virtual open house, you have many opportunities to explore this program. Check out the program overview page, and visit the career outlook page to learn about your employment options. If you would like to review this program with a knowledgeable counselor, request more information or call 910-212-4956.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

No, there is no residency component as part of the program.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $49,600, making the value of an MU degree unmatched. A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships here.

Yes! The program accepts up to 93 transfer semester hours, pending departmental approval.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

While no residency component is required, there is an internship component of the program that students must complete.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $49,600, making the value of a Methodist University degree unmatched. A variety of scholarships are available for MU’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships here.

Methodist University’s Online Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about our transfer policy, please request more information or call us at (910) 212-4956.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

No, this program does not have a residency component. Learn more about the courses required for this program here.

While this program does not currently offer a virtual open house, you can learn more by visiting the program’s webpage.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs. Learn more about scholarships here.

The program does not require you to complete an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

Yes. You may transfer up to nine credits toward this degree. Methodist University generally accepts credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education. To find out whether or not you are eligible, you can request more information or call us at 910-212-4956.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

While this program does not currently offer a virtual open house, you can learn more by visiting the program’s webpage.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs. Learn more about scholarships here.

The program does not require you to complete an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

Yes. You may transfer up to nine credits toward this degree. Methodist University generally accepts credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education. To find out whether or not you are eligible, you can request more information or call us at 910-212-4956.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

Rather than a residency component, the online Master of Health Administration requires the completion of a capstone course. Students with no health care experience will be required to complete an internship as part of this process. Students with significant experience may do an applied project in their existing organizations, work with an outside agency, or complete a traditional research project. Learn more about the courses required for this program here.

While this program does not currently offer a virtual open house, you can learn more by visiting the program’s webpage.

A variety of scholarships are available for Methodist University’s online programs. Learn more about scholarships here.

The program does not require you to complete an entrance exam. You can learn more about our admissions policy here.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

Yes! Students can apply up to 46 s.h. toward a degree, pending departmental approval. They must earn 16 s.h. in residence.

Yes! Students can apply up to 46 s.h. toward a degree, pending departmental approval. They must earn 16 s.h. in residenc

Yes! The online program accepts up to 93 transfer semester hours, pending departmental approval. A maximum of 64 semester hours of coursework may be accepted from two-year post-secondary institutions.

No, this program does not follow a cohort model.

Yes, students must take on an independent, 90-hour clinical placement to complete the program, as well as completing a 90-hour capstone course.

No, the program does not offer concentrations. Learn more about this program here.

More than 97% of students receive significant financial aid off the “sticker price” of $49,600. A variety of scholarships are available for MU’s online programs.

Learn more about scholarships here.

A maximum of three courses (equaling up to nine semester hours) may be waived based on exam scores. Students who have degrees in education without licensure and who have passed all content licensure exams may apply for a waiver for content/pedagogy courses.

All students must complete a minimum of three courses at MU. Learn more about our admissions requirements.

This program does not follow a cohort model. Learn more about coursework on the curriculum page.

Yes, this program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Yes. This online program is designed for professionals who work full-time and is offered part-time, allowing you to balance work, school, and personal responsibilities. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

No, there are no entrance exams required. You can learn more on our admissions page.

All applicants must be employed or seeking employment with a public or public charter school in the state of North Carolina. You can learn more about our application process on the admissions page.

Methodist University provides a variety of services to assist you in your job search or professional development. For a list of career services please click here.

Many students use student loans to fund their studies. All inquiries regarding student loans start with completing the FAFSA® here to help you determine your eligibility for different forms of financial aid. Methodist University’s FAFSA® code is 002946.

If you are transferring in from a community college in North Carolina or work for an employer in the state, you may also be eligible for a discount or scholarship through our Community Partnerships program.

You can learn about additional scholarship information and employer tuition reimbursement on our tuition and financial aid page.

All inquiries regarding student loans start with the FAFSA ® here. Methodist University’s FAFSA® code is 002946.

You can start the FAFSA ® form here. Methodist University’s FAFSA® code is 002946.

You don’t. The Yellow Ribbon is part of the Post 9/11 GI Bill® and is automatically applied if your tuition costs exceed the maximum state cap for tuition reimbursement and if you are qualified for the Post 9/11 GI Bill® at the 100% rate.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable admissions representative dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable admissions representative dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable admissions representative dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. Visit our admissions page to learn more about our admissions process. You can also call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. Visit our admissions page to learn more about our admissions process. You can also call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable admissions representative dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable admissions representative dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable admissions representative dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page.

The first step is to start your application. To learn more about our admissions process, visit our admissions page, or call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable admissions representative dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The first step is to start your application.

The first step is to start your application. The process is quick and easy.

Go to the VA’s education application page and follow their instructions.

If you are a veteran, use the Find a Form link, search and complete VA Form 22-1990, Application for VA Education Benefits. You will be mailed a COE in approximately eight weeks.

To access your Certificate of Eligibility (COE), please sign in to your account. Once you log in to your account, you can make this request. You will only be able to view the benefit if you were awarded educational benefits.

  1. Apply online
    • Students must be accepted and enrolled in a degree-seeking program at MU to use VA Benefits. VA Benefits cannot be used by students enrolled as “special student”.
  2. Work with a dedicated enrollment counselor to determine and submit what is needed for your program from the following:
    • Official (final) high school transcripts or GED results
    • SAT or ACT scores (if under 21 years old at time of enrollment or less than 31 s.h. of transferable course work)
    • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions
    • Official military transcripts to be evaluated for academic credit. Official copies are available at the following sites:
    • CLEP scores. College Level Examination Program tests are free for active-duty service members through your Education Center. Contact bragg@methodist.edu for more information. This is a very important tool to evaluate knowledge gained outside a traditional classroom. Click here for a list of tests accepted by MU.
  3. Contact the Methodist University Office of Veterans Services (MU Veteran Services) at 910-630-7174 to decide on your degree plan. Educational benefits can only be used for courses required by your degree plan.
    • The MU Veteran Services will need :
      • Chapter 30/33: Certificate of Eligibility OR VA Form 22-1990/1995 AND DD-214
      • Chapter 1606/1607: Certificate of Eligibility OR VA Form 22-1990/1995 AND DD-214 AND Notification of Basic Eligibility (NOBE)
      • Chapter 35: VA File Number AND Certificate of Eligibility OR VA Form 22-5490/5495 AND Disability Rating Letter
      • Chapter 31: DD-214 AND VA Form 28-1905
      • TOE: Certificate of Eligibility OR VA Form 22-1990E AND Transferability Authorization
  4. Read, sign, and date the MU Requirements for VA Benefits Form — you can obtain a copy from the office of Veteran Services.
  5. To be certified, submit a copy of your schedule, request for certification, and academic checklist from your advisor for your major or audit.
    • Please Note: Any changes made to your schedule after certification will affect your benefits. Chapter 33 recipients will receive a VA Benefits Statement to supply the Office of Student Accounts.
  6. Other documentation may be required by MU Veteran Services depending on the educational benefit.

All necessary paperwork must be completed and submitted to MU Veteran Services in order for processing to begin.

You cannot be certified for Veterans Education Benefits for the following:

  • Courses not required for your VA-approved, academic program (major).
  • Courses for which you received transfer credit.
  • Courses for which you received a passing grade.
  • Courses taken for audit.
  • Courses taken on a pass-fail or A-P-F basis.

MU Veteran Services will send the documentation for additional processing to the Regional Processing Office (RPO) which may take 60-90 days.

Timeline for processing of benefits:

  • Application to certification of eligibility: 8-10 weeks
  • Submission of Request for Certification to book payment: 8-10 weeks
  • Earliest book payment to student: 12 days prior to the start of semester
  • Earliest tuition payment to school — billed after add/drop: 30-60 days
  • Payment released by VA to credit student account: 15-20 days from the date the VA releases the funds to MU

Request and provide an official copy of your JST or CCAF transcript during the admissions process along with your prior college transcripts and high school transcripts so they can be evaluated.

You can order your transcripts using the appropriate military branch link below. Please note that you will likely be prompted to manually accept the DoD’s security certificates.

We offer many accommodations for deployed military service members. You can call (910) 630-7174 or find more information here.

You can complete the program in just 3.5 years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 3.5 years. To learn more about the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete this program in as little as two years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in just 1.5 years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

You can complete the program in as little as one year, but most students complete their program in two years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Methodist University engages in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University engages in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University engages in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs. This approach helps us produce successful graduates dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University engages in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs. This approach helps us produce successful graduates dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University engages in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society. Learn more about Methodist University here.

Methodist University will engage in a culture of excellence to provide transformative educational experiences by integrating our liberal arts foundation and spiritual and moral heritage with innovative student-centered programs to produce successful graduates who are dedicated to achievement and committed to making positive contributions to a global society.

Learn more about Methodist University here.

Classes are eight weeks in duration.

The BS in Criminal Justice is designed for working professionals with busy lives. You can take up to five years to complete the degree if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The BS in Psychology is designed for working professionals with busy lives. You can take up to five years to complete the degree if needed. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

This certificate is designed for working professionals with busy schedules, so you can take up to five years to complete your program. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The MSN: Administrative Leadership is designed for working professionals with busy schedules, so you can take up to five years to complete your program. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

This certificate is designed for working professionals with busy schedules, so you can take up to three years to complete your program. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

Obtaining transcripts, securing letters of recommendation, writing personal statements, and the like have variable lengths of time associated with them, so get started as soon as you can. Once your application file is complete, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted to your program of interest.

Methodist University just recently developed this program for online students. You can learn more information about online student life here.

Methodist University just recently created this program for the online modality. You can learn more information about online student life here.

The Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Applied Science are both new programs that Methodist University has launched with the guidance and expertise of our dynamic faculty.

The time it takes to complete your application file varies depending on how long it takes to obtain letters of recommendation, transcripts, and other required materials. Once your application file is complete with all necessary information, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted. To view the admissions requirements for your chosen program, visit the program page.

The online BS/BAS in Business Administration requires an average of 3.5 years to complete for full-time students.

You can complete this online program in three to five years. To help you graduate faster, Methodist University accepts up to 93 transfer credits from a regionally accredited university. Explore more details on the admissions page.

Students on average take 3.5 years to 4.5 years to complete the program. 

The average time to complete this online program is 3.5–4 years. Methodist University helps you graduate even faster by letting you transfer up to 93 credits from a regionally accredited university. To learn more, visit this program’s admissions page.

The online Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration requires an average of two semesters for full-time students.

The online Master of Business Administration requires an average of 18 months for full-time students.

The online Master of Health Administration requires an average of 18 months for full-time students.

You can complete the BS in Accounting program in as few as 3.5 years, while the BAS typically takes two years to complete. The optional Health Care Administration concentration usually takes no additional time for students to complete.

You will complete 500 clinical hours throughout your program. For more details, visit the curriculum page.

You’ll complete 13 courses to earn the BS in Criminal Justice degree. You can learn more about coursework here.

You’ll complete 13 major courses to earn the BS in Psychology degree, along with 13 credits of electives. Students can also choose to pursue optional concentrations in counseling/clinical psychology or human performance psychology. You can learn more about coursework here.

You’ll complete five courses to earn the Graduate Nursing Education Certificate. You can learn more about coursework on the curriculum page.

You’ll complete 13 courses to earn the MSN: Administrative Leadership degree. You can learn more about coursework on the curriculum page.

You’ll complete 42 courses total for the Bachelor of Science, and 57 courses for the Bachelor of Applied Science. You can review the courses now.

There are a total of 41 courses in the program, with 20 of those courses focusing on health care administration.

You’ll complete 5 courses in total. You can review the courses now.

You’ll complete 12 courses in total. You can review the courses now.

You’ll complete 11 courses in total. You can review the courses now.

You’ll complete six to eight courses to earn the Post Baccalaureate Residency Licensure Certificate. You can learn more about coursework on the curriculum page.

You’ll complete 124 credits to earn the BS in Criminal Justice. You can review courses now.

This program consists of 124 credits. You can review courses now.

There are a total of 62 semester hours.

There are a total of 62 semester hours.

There are a total of 124 semester hours, with 42 of those being major-specific.

You’ll complete 124 credits to earn the online Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration degree. You can review the courses now.

This program includes 124 semester hours, including 66 semester hours in the major. Review this program’s curriculum on the courses page.

There are a total of 124 semester hours, with 60 of those being major-specific.

This online program includes a total of 124 semester hours. To help you graduate faster, you can transfer up to 93 credits (75% of the program) toward your degree. To review the curriculum details for this program, visit the courses page.

There are a total of 124 semester hours in the BS in Accounting, with 60 of those being major-specific. The BAS requires 62 major-specific semester hours.

There are a total of 124 semester hours, with 60 of those being major-specific.

You’ll complete 15 credits to earn the online Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration. You can review the courses now.

You’ll complete 36 credits to earn the online Master of Business Administration degree. You can review the courses now.

You’ll complete 36 credits to earn the online Master of Health Administration degree. You can review the courses now.

A total of 124 semester hours, including transfer credits, are required to complete the RN to BSN program.

For many students, a large portion of those credits are transferred in; coursework completed for the prerequisite nurse diploma or associate degree typically accounts for roughly 25%-75% of the credits required for this program.

31 s.h. of the RN to BSN degree are program-specific. Up to 93 s.h. may be transferred in toward the degree.

We accept up to 93 transfer credits into this program. Generally, you can transfer credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education. You can learn more about our transfer policy here.

You can transfer up to 93 credits toward your degree. To learn more about our transfer policy, click here.

You may transfer up to 93 credits (or 75% of the program) toward your degree. Methodist University generally accepts credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education. To find out whether or not you are eligible, you can request more information or call us at (910) 212-4956.

Methodist University’s Online Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration does not accept transfer credits. To learn more about our transfer policy, please request more information or call us at (910) 212-4956.

You may transfer up to nine credits toward this degree. Methodist University generally accepts credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education. To find out whether or not you are eligible, you can request more information or call us at 910-212-4956.

You may transfer up to nine credits toward this degree. Methodist University generally accepts credits for courses completed with a grade of C or higher from other regionally accredited institutions of higher education. To find out whether or not you are eligible, you can request more information or call us at (910) 212-4956.

This program consists of 36 semester hours. You can review courses now.

This program consists of 18–22 semester hours. You can review courses now.

There are approximately 2,300 students at Methodist University —1,700 in the day program, 300 in Methodist University at Night, and 300 in graduate programs. The student body includes persons of diverse ages and nationalities, representing 40 states, the District of Columbia, and 77 foreign countries.

You can learn more about us here.

You will complete a 16-week student teaching placement at your current teaching assignment. Explore the curriculum page to learn more.

Time commitments vary by program. In undergraduate courses, you can expect to work at least 8–10 hours per week, per class. For a graduate-level program, you may have 12–15 hours per week, per course. Contact us to learn more at (855)474-8222 or online@methodist.edu.

All previous college credits will be evaluated for transfer during the application process. Once the evaluation transcript specialist reviews your transcripts, we will be able to determine which credits will transfer.

You can complete the program in as few as two years.

You can complete the program in as few as two years.

You can complete the program in as few as 3.5 years.

You can complete the program in as few as 3.5 years.

You can complete the BS in Accounting program in as few as 3.5 years, while the BAS typically takes 2 years to complete.

You can complete the program in as little as one year.

Once your application file is complete, it typically takes 2–4 weeks to review and provide an answer as to whether you’ve been accepted. Please visit your program’s admission page for complete admission requirements.

Please contact Randy Smith, director of veteran services, at randys@methodist.edu or at 910.630.7174.

You can also visit www.gibill.va.gov.

Contact your enrollment counselor directly to discuss this as your options depend on why you were not accepted into the program. Generally speaking, if your GPA wasn’t high enough, you can take community college courses to improve it.

It is possible. If you’re authorized to use more than one GI Bill® benefit you’re allowed to use up to 48 months of benefits, but one at a time. If you have used up your entire chapter 30 and have never used a different chapter (31, 32, 34, 35, 1606, or 1607) you could be eligible for an additional 12 months if you have not reached your delimiting date.

If your employer is funding your tuition, and it is not considered tuition reimbursement, there are two options for payment. You may choose to add them as a payer on your account, or they can mail a check or money order.

In most cases, students are expected to cover tuition costs and are reimbursed by their employers for tuition-related expenses. Some employers or companies may work directly with us on payment. Contact your employer to find out how they want to proceed.

You may also wish to see if you’re eligible for a tuition discount through our Community Partnerships program.

The online criminal justice program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be completed on a full-time or part-time schedule. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

While the online criminal justice program does not have any specific accreditations, Methodist University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

No, this program is currently only offered online. It is delivered in a flexible format ideal for working adults with busy schedules.

This 100% online program is designed for maximum flexibility and may be taken full-time or part-time. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

This program does not have any specific accreditations, though Methodist University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

No, this program is currently only offered online. It is delivered in a flexible format ideal for working adults with busy schedules.

It is not. Methodist University’s diploma is the same for all graduates, whether their program was completed online or on campus.

This program fulfills teaching and learning requirements for nursing faculty in North Carolina as regulated by the NCBON. The Graduate Nursing Education Certificate does not require CCNE accreditation.

The Master of Business Administration is available both part-time and full-time.

The Master of Health Administration is available both part-time and full-time.

The master’s degree program in nursing at Methodist University is pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org). Applying for accreditation does not guarantee that accreditation will be granted.

This program is only available online. This allows you to complete your studies from anywhere and learn on your own schedule.

Yes, the online degree is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Yes, the online degree is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Yes. All of Methodist University’s online programs are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Additionally, Methodist University’s Reeves School of Business is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer the BS/BAS in Accounting.

The online AA in General Studies is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

The online AA in General Studies is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

No, the online Associate’s in General Studies is an online program.

No, the online Associate’s in General Studies is an online program.

No, the online Bachelor’s in Professional Leadership and Ethics is an online program that features an optional in-person internship opportunity.

The online accounting degree is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

No, the online BS/BAS in Accounting is an online program.

The BS/BAS in Business Administration program is available both part-time and full-time.

No, this program is currently only offered online.

Yes. All of Methodist University’s online programs are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Additionally, Methodist University’s Reeves School of Business is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer the Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration.

The online BSW is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

Yes, the online BSW is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

No, the online BSW is an online program that features an in-person internship opportunity.

The online bachelor’s in professional leadership and ethics is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

Yes, the online degree is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

This flexible program is available in full- and part-time formats. Choose the format that works best for you, with the option to continue working as you earn this degree. To review the curriculum for this online program, visit the courses page.

Methodist University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. This accreditation means that you can trust the BS in Computer Information Technology program to offer a rigorous education that instills important business and IT knowledge.

You will complete all coursework online. There is no need to visit campus to take classes.

The BS in Health Care Administration is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

No, the online BS in Health Care Administration is an online program that features an in-person internship opportunity.

Yes. All of Methodist University’s online programs are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

You can complete this online program on a full-time or part-time schedule. This flexibility allows you to continue working while pursuing your BS in Marketing degree. Visit the courses page to review the curriculum for this online program.

Yes! Methodist University’s Reeves School of Business is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer the BS in Marketing program. Additionally, Methodist University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. As such, you can trust the BS in Marketing program to offer a rigorous learning experience that serves as a foundation for a career in marketing, advertising, and related fields.

You will complete all coursework online. There is no need to visit campus to take classes.

Yes. All of Methodist University’s online programs are regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Additionally, Methodist University’s Reeves School of Business is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer the BS/BAS in Accounting: Health Care Administration concentration.

The online accounting degree is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

Yes! Methodist University is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and holds some programmatic accreditations as well. You’ll be held to the same high standards as our students on campus. Learn more about our accreditations and recognitions here.

The Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration is available both part-time and full-time.

No, this program is currently only offered online.

Yes. All of Methodist University’s online programs are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

No, this program is currently only offered online.

Yes. All of Methodist University’s online programs are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Additionally, Methodist University’s Reeves School of Business is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) to offer the MBA.

No, this program is currently only offered online. Because the program is 100% online, it allows students the flexibility to study and learn at their own time and pace and allows working students to achieve their educational goals even with a busy schedule.

Yes. All of Methodist University’s online programs are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

The online RN to BSN is available in both part-time and full-time options. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

Yes, the online RN to BSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

No, the online RN to BSN is an online program that features an in-person clinicals opportunity.

Methodist University’s Post Baccalaureate Residency Licensure Certificate is offered as an approved educator preparation program through the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) and is an alternative pathway to initial teaching licensure.

This program is only available online. This allows you to complete your studies from anywhere and learn on your own schedule.

Yes! Methodist University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). You can learn more about our accreditations here.

Our online courses are asynchronous, so there is no specific time that students will need to be on the computer in class. There is also no requirement for online students to come to campus unless they choose to.

Methodist University has a physical, brick-and-mortar campus located in Fayetteville, North Carolina. We’re accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). You can learn more about Methodist here.

Methodist University is a welcoming community for students from all Christian backgrounds and denominations, as well as nondenominational students. We are committed to embracing and celebrating diversity as a necessary component of academic and professional excellence.

No, the online AA in General Studies degree does not require work experience.

No, the online AA in General Studies degree does not require work experience.

This program does not require work experience.

No, the online BA in Professional Leadership and Ethics degree does not require work experience.

No, this online bachelor’s degree program does not require work experience. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

No, the online BS in Health Care Administration does not require work experience. Call 910-212-4956 to speak with a knowledgeable counselor dedicated to personalizing your enrollment experience.

No, the online bachelor’s degree in Marketing does not require work experience. That said, students who choose the optional Health Care Administration concentration will need to:

  • Accrue five years of health-related work experience before graduation, or
  • Take the 4800 Health Care Administration Internship course.

To discuss this program with a knowledgeable counselor, call 910-212-4956.

No, the online accounting degree does not require work experience.

No, the online BSW degree does not require work experience.

This program does not require work experience.

This program does not require work experience.

This program does not require work experience.

No, the online RN to BSN degree does not require work experience.

No, the BS/BAS in Accounting degree with a Health Care Administration concentration does not require work experience.

Work experience is not required for our online programs.

Not currently, but our enrollment team is here to answer any questions you might have. You can reach us at online@methodist.edu or (910) 212-4956.

Yes! Graduates of our on-ground and online programs are strongly encouraged to walk in their graduation ceremony.

Graduates of this program are qualified for nurse management or administrative positions in a variety of inpatient and outpatient health care settings. Possible job titles include staff development coordinator, unit manager, chief nursing officer, and more.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide:

Learn more about the admissions process on our admissions page.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide:

• Completed application
• High school diploma or GED
• Transcripts

Learn more about the admissions process on our admissions page.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide:

Completed application
• High school diploma or GED
• Transcripts

Learn more about the admissions process on our admissions page.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide the following:

The online BAS degree requires that students have completed an AAS prior to entry.

Learn more about the admission process on our admissions page.

To apply to the online Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Administration program, you must have a high school diploma or GED and submit all official transcripts. For our Bachelor of Applied Science degree, students need an Associate of Applied Science degree. Visit our admissions page for more information.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide:

Learn more about the admissions process on our admissions page.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide:

  • Completed application
  • A high school diploma or GED
  • Official transcripts (if you have transfer credits) and a high school or GED transcript

Learn more about the admissions process on our admissions page.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide:

  • A completed application
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Transcripts

Learn more about the admissions process on our admissions page.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide:

  • A completed application
  • A high school diploma or GED
  • Official transcripts (if you have transfer credits) and a high school or GED transcript

Click here to learn more about the admissions process.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide the following:

The online BAS degree requires that students have completed an AAS prior to entry.

Learn more about the admission process on our admissions page.

To apply to the online Graduate Certificate in Health Care Administration, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, plus a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher. Additionally, you must submit your official transcripts from all institutions attended, two letters of recommendation, and a typed personal statement. Visit our admissions page for more information.

To apply to the online Master of Business Administration program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, plus a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher. Additionally, you must submit your official transcripts from all institutions attended, two letters of recommendation, and a typed personal statement.

A prerequisite statistics course is required for admission to the MBA program. Students lacking a statistics course can be accepted to the program provisionally; MU Online advisors will help students register for an eligible statistics course during their first semester. Visit our admissions page for more information.

To apply to the online Master of Health Administration, applicants need a bachelor’s degree, an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher, three letters of recommendation, a typed personal statement, and official transcripts.

See the online Master of Health Administration admission requirements page for more details.

To gain admission into the program, you must provide the following:

Learn more about the admissions process on our admissions page.

To apply to this program, you’ll need a completed online application, high school diploma or GED, and official transcripts. You can learn more about our admission requirements here.

Admission requirements for this program include a completed online application, high school diploma or GED, and official transcripts. You can learn more about our admission requirements here.

When you finish the program, you will be a licensed K–12 teacher in North Carolina. Depending on the concentration area you choose, you will be qualified to teach elementary school, special education, middle grades, high school, art, physical education, health education, or music.