Accounting

The Accounting Department offers professional core courses and upper level accounting courses for majors and minors to prepare students for careers as professional accountants in industry, government, non-profit organizations, and financial institutions. Graduates with accounting majors will be qualified to 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 …

Academic Policies for Methodist University Online

Academic Calendar Methodist University Online Academic Calendars (2021-22) Academic Catalogue All Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Policies are available in the respective catalogue: 2021-22 MU Online Academic Catalogue Undergraduate Attendance Policy Regular class preparation, attendance, and participation are the best predictors Read More …

Academic Calendar: Methodist University Online

The 2021-2022 Academic Year At the discretion of the University, changes may be made to the following. Fall 2021 Term I Note – This schedule is for fully online programs offered through Methodist University Online. Individual online courses offered through Read More …

Authorization & Student Complaint Procedures by State

State Authorization is a legal issue dealing with an institution’s adherence to state requirements for colleges to secure authorization to offer instruction in that state. Methodist students who desire to resolve a grievance are encouraged to follow the University’s Student Read More …

Academic Support for Methodist University Online Students

Academic Advising Your Academic Advisor is your main point of contact for questions about your course schedules and your progress to degree. Contact: Email online@methodist.edu or call (910) 212-4956 or 1 (855-474-8222 (Toll-Free) Financial Aid Canvas Learning Management System Canvas Read More …

Canvas Student Support: 10 Tips for Online Success

Have regular, reliable access to a computer and Internet service. You should have at least one backup computer—either personal or borrowed—in the event your primary computer goes down. Additionally, you need to have a reliable way to access the Internet. Read More …