English

Mission Students in the English, Literature, Language, and Culture Department engage the world through literature, enrich the world through their own writing, and empower others to do the same. Goals Students who complete core requirements will demonstrate that they have Read More …

Legal Studies

Students participate in a mock trial at the Cumberland County Courthouse

The Legal Studies Program is Approved by the American Bar Association, and Students who graduate from the Legal Studies program are eligible to take the North Carolina Bar Association Paralegal Certification Exam. Paralegal work is a fast growing field which Read More …

Psychology

Psychology student reports at the annual Research Symposium

Psychology is the science of behavior and mental processes (perception, emotion, and cognition), and the application of the knowledge acquired to the resolution of personal and social problems. For students seeking a B.S., the Department of Psychology offers a major Read More …

Spanish

Students gather in the Green and Gold Cafeteria

The major in Spanish is offered in the day curriculum only. Students majoring in Spanish will take an exit exam consisting of language, literature of both Spain and Latin America, and culture and civilization of Spain and Latin America in Read More …

Graphic Design

A student demonstrates his work at his Graphic Design senior exhibition

If you have ever tried to persuade someone or explain something in a visual way, you were working with some form of graphic design. Are you intrigued by posters, billboards, menus, … even t-shirts? You may enjoy gaining the creative Read More …

Music Composition

Music Composition

Degree Awarded Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Major Requirements The Music Composition major consists of 71-87 s.h. distributed as follows: B.A. Requirement One foreign language through the 1020 level (German, French, or Italian recommended). Required Core Courses for all majors MUS Read More …

Journalism

Journalism students outside the Trustees Building

The Journalism Concentration in the Mass Communications major is intended to prepare students for work in the field of journalism, whether it be in print, on the radio or TV, or on the Internet. The same journalistic principles apply to Read More …

Pre-Law

Pre-Law

What is a Juris Doctor (J.D.)? A J.D. (Juris Doctor) is the perfect degree to lead to a range of law-related careers and can be an important background and stepping stone for careers in government, business, higher education, health care, Read More …

Writing

Writing

The Methodist University Writing major and minor are currently inactive. The program is not accepting new student admissions. Mission Students in the Department of English and Writing engage the world through literature, enrich the world through their own writing, and Read More …

Forensic Science (CSI)

Professor Dave Pauly assists a student with forensic photography.

The Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science is part of the Justice Studies Program here at MU, whose purpose is to provide students with a holistic view and understanding of forensic science from the crime scene to the courtroom. This Read More …