New Residency Licensure Program. Persons with an approved baccalaureate degree wishing to obtain North Carolina teaching licensure through Methodist University can apply for the new Residency Licensure Program, designed for working teachers to complete in one year.
About MU at Night & Extended Learning
The Office of Methodist University at Night and Extended Learning provides educational opportunities for non-traditional students such as working adults, those with major family responsibilities and military personnel. Classes are designed for exploring new careers, upgrading professional skills or providing individual enrichment. Two eight week terms are scheduled for the fall and spring semesters, followed by one term each summer. Weekend classes are available to those seeking graduate degrees. The majors listed below are currently attainable entirely at night or on the weekend, leading to Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees.
- Accounting (on campus)
- Accounting (online)
- Business Administration (on campus)
- Business Administration (online)
- Business Administration with a Health Care Administration Concentration (on campus)
- Computer Information Technology with a Business Information Systems Concentration (online)
- Criminal Justice (on campus)
- Criminal Justice (online)
- Elementary Education* (on campus)
- Entrepreneurship (on campus)
- Environmental and Occupational Management (on campus)
- Global Studies* (on campus)
- Health Care Administration (on campus)
- Health Care Administration (online)
- History (on campus)
- Leadership Communication** (on campus)
- Marketing (online)
- Political Science (on campus)
- Political Science with an International Relations Concentration (on campus)
- Political Science with a Public Administration Concentration (on campus)
- Psychology (online)
- Psychology with a Clinical/Counseling Psychology Concentration (online)
- Psychology with a Human Performance Psychology Concentration (online)
- Sociology (on campus)
- Social Work* (on campus)
- Social Work (online)
*May require some day classes
**May require some evening face-to-face courses if general education course requirements have not previously been met
Degree Completion Program
- RN to BSN (online)
Teacher Licensure Programs
- Residency Licensure Program (on campus)
The following certificate programs are available entirely through MU at Night & Extended Learning:
- Community Health Education (online)
- Health Care Administration (online)
- Teaching English as a Second Language Certificate (on campus)
2020-21 MU at Night & Extended Learning Terms
Evening & Online Term I: August 17-October 10
Evening & Online Term II: October 19-December 11
Evening & Online Term I: January 11-March 5
Evening & Online Term II: March 15-May 7
Day I: May 17-June 11
Day II: June 14-July 9
Evening & Online: May 17-July 9
All dates are subject to change.
Fall 2020 New Veteran Student Orientation
Zoom Q & A Sessions for New Students
Click the link below to pre-register for the session:
- Getting Involved – Aug. 3 at 10 am and 3 pm
- Life as a Commuter Student – Aug. 4 at 10 am and 3 pm
- Student Veterans – Aug. 5 at 10 am and 3 pm
Tuition & Financial Aid
The regular tuition rate for MU at Night (Evening, Summer, and Methodist University Online) for 2020-2021 is $400 per credit hour. Tuition rate for active duty military personnel is $250 per credit hour for evening, weekend, summer, or online courses. Financial aid is available. To ensure maximum consideration for financial aid, applicants should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For information regarding financial aid processing, please visit the Office of Financial Aid or call (910) 630-7192.
- Submit a completed Methodist University at Night and Extended Learning Application for Admission
- Complete the English Placement Examination (630-7174)
- Request official copies of transcripts from university(ies), college(s), technical institute(s), and or junior/community college(s) attended; and a high school/GED transcript be forwarded to the Office of Evening/Weekend/Summer Admissions.
Students have one semester to complete all admission requirements. Students who do not complete the admission requirements are not fully admitted to the university, and will not be eligible for Financial Aid, Third Party Tuition Assistance programs, or a Methodist University transcript. Students may not return to Methodist University in subsequent terms/semesters until all admission requirements have been completed.
Once a student is accepted, he or she may complete a Data Schedule and bring it to the Office of MU at Night and Extended Learning (or the Fort Bragg Office for active duty military) so that an advisor can sign off on his or her proposed class schedule.
Applicants seeking admission as visiting students must provide a “visiting student letter” (from their current college or university) to the Evening/Weekend/Summer Admissions Office. A visiting student is exempt from items 2 and 3 above.
Students withdrawing on or before the last day to drop classes without record will receive a refund. Those students withdrawing from the evening program after the last day to drop classes without record will not receive a refund. It is the responsibility of the student to properly withdraw from courses.
Contact the MU at Night & Extended Learning Staff
Evening/Weekend/Summer Admissions Office
Fort Bragg Office
The Fort Bragg office of Methodist University’s evening program is conveniently located at the Bragg Training and Education Center (BTEC), 4520 Knox Street, B Wing, Room 103, Fort Bragg, NC.