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Academic Programs - Muskingum University

Thank you for your interest in Muskingum University.

At Muskingum University, our singular focus is that of preparing students for success, whether they are working towards their undergraduate degree during the day in our traditional undergraduate program, as adults in our Muskingum Adult Program (MAP), or pursuing advanced degrees or adding additional teaching licenses in our graduate programs.

The links below will assist you in exploring all the opportunities for learning that Muskingum University offers.

  • Traditional Undergraduate Programs
    For students pursuing their first baccalaureate degree (entering first-year and transfer students) and who plan to take the majority of their classes in the daytime.

    • PLUS Program
      Designed to provide structured academic assistance to students with diagnosed learning differences. PLUS Program students pursue courses in our traditional undergraduate academic program while also benefiting from the services of specialized, dedicated, learning support. More information is available from the "PLUS Program" link above.

  • Muskingum Adult Program (MAP) A baccalaureate degree program designed primarily for adult students who have earned a significant amount of academic credit toward a bachelor’s degree, but whose work or personal schedules require that they take classes in the evenings or on the weekends.

  • Graduate Programs (Including credential and degree programs for licensed educators)
    These programs lead to the:
    • Master of Arts in Education (MAE)
    • Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
    • Master of Information Strategy, Systems and Technology (MISST), and
    • Education Specialist.
      • Students with baccalaureate degrees who are seeking additional teacher licensure should follow the "Graduate Programs" link.

Questions? You are invited to contact the:

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