Yellow Ribbon Program

About the Yellow Ribbon Program In 2008, the G.I. Bill® was updated with enactment of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008, giving veterans with active duty service on, or after, September 11 2001, enhanced educational benefits that cover Read More …

Professional Leadership & Ethics

The 100% online bachelor’s in professional leadership and ethics from Methodist University is designed to prepare you to make a career as a leader. Through an interdisciplinary and wide-ranging approach, you will engage with a well-rounded curriculum that promotes liberal Read More …

Writing Center Student Resources

Your writing doesn’t always take place during Writing Center hours.  And you can’t always remember what the first steps are in writing a paper or how to figure out your thesis statement or what the seven “fanboys” conjunctions are. Then Read More …

Computer Science

Computer science is the systematic study of computers and of the phenomena of computing. Formal properties are given more emphasis than realizations or applications. A major objective of the discipline is the formulation of a systematic body of knowledge to Read More …

Graduate Programs

Our Graduate Programs extend the University’s overall mission to the graduate level, combining a professional emphasis with scholarship and critical analysis, and instilling in their graduates the importance of lifelong learning to support professional development. Currently, Methodist University offers four Read More …

Commuting Students

Methodist University’s relationship with commuters dates back to 1960 when we welcomed our first set of 44 part-time commuter students. Throughout the years those numbers have multiplied as we expanded our academics, services, and campus to grow and be more Read More …

Searching for Internship Opportunities

Before applying to internships, it is recommended that you meet with someone in the University’s Career Services Office to review your resume and cover letter and help you prepare for interviews. You can find internship opportunities in a variety of Read More …

A Brief History of Methodist University

Written by William H. Billings ’68, Kim Hasty, and Michael C. Molter ’94 Edited by Michael C. Molter ’94 In 1955, a citizens’ group in Fayetteville, N.C., began discussing the possibility of bringing a private college to the city. The Read More …

Business Administration

Graduates of this degree program will have the analytical skills to identify and solve complex business problems, a highly valued skill in today’s volatile job market. They will also have the ability to analyze the numbers and make effective business Read More …