Fort Bragg Campus

Fort Bragg Campus

About the Fort Bragg Office

Military Friendly School Seal of Approval, 2016
Methodist University was named by G.I. Jobs magazine as a Military Friendly School® each year from 2012-2016.
Methodist University is a Military Advanced Education Top University for 2015

The Fort Bragg Office is a one-stop-shop for service members and their dependents. Services provided to our students include, but are not limited to, informing students about University degree programs, evening admissions and registration, course selection and advisement, GoArmyEd account management, and payment for courses. Service members using Tuition Assistance and spouses using the MYCAA program should register through the Fort Bragg Office.

The Fort Bragg office of Methodist University's evening program is located at the Bragg Training and Education Center (BTEC), 4520 Knox Street, B Wing, Room 103, Fort Bragg, NC. Fort Bragg Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 1100 to 2000 and on Friday from 0800 to 1700. When classes are not in session (e.g. spring break), we will be open from 0800 to 1700. 

In addition to our regularly scheduled evening degree programs, the degrees below were specifically designed to meet the growing needs of our military-affiliated community. Classes are conducted both on main campus and Fort Bragg.

For degrees available entirely through MU at Night, both on Ft. Bragg and at the main campus, visit MU at Night & Extended Learning.

Register Now for Summer & Fall 2016!

Summer & Fall 2016 Courses Available at the Fort Bragg Campus

Classes are available in the evening at the Fort Bragg Campus of Methodist University

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SOCAD

Methodist University is a member of the SOC Degree Network System Associate and Bachelor's Degrees for the Army.

As SOCAD members, we offer the following SOCAD degree plans:

  • Associate of Arts in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science in History

Click here to obtain more information on SOCAD.

Every service member and spouse who attends Methodist University may obtain a SOCAD degree plan. The purpose of the SOCAD degree plan is to outline the student's progression toward his or her degree plan and to specify courses within a student's degree plan that are guaranteed transfer courses from one SOCAD institution to another.

Students are eligible to receive a SOCAD degree plan once they have been fully accepted to Methodist University and have been officially evaluated for potential transfer credit. To receive a SOCAD degree plan, contact Mara Baker, Fort Bragg Admissions and Student Services Coordinator, at mbaker@methodist.edu or Billy Buckner, Director of Methodist University at Fort Bragg at bbuckner@methodist.edu.

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Contact Our Staff

Office Phone
(910) 436-3624

Billy Buckner, Director
bbuckner@methodist.edu

Mara Baker, Fort Bragg Admissions and Student Services Coordinator
mbaker@methodist.edu

Fort Bragg Office Staff
bragg@methodist.edu

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