Doctor of Physical Therapy Application Process

The 2021/2022 admissions cycle is now open! Apply through PTCAS for our Class of 2025 to enroll in Fall 2022. Applications close on January 17, 2022. The MU DPT Program participates in the Physical Therapist Centralized Application Service (PTCAS). PTCAS applications Read More …

Past Presidents of Methodist University

Lucius Stacy Weaver (1957-1973) Lucius Stacy Weaver was elected the first president of Methodist University (then Methodist College) in June 1957. At the time of his election, he was serving as superintendent of the Durham (NC) city school system. Dr. Read More …

RN-to-BSN

The online RN to BSN Program is designed for current registered nurses who wish to further their careers by obtaining a bachelor’s degree. Methodist University’s 100% online RN-to-BSN degree completion program will prepare you to build on your previous nursing Read More …

Area Hotels

Please be sure to request the “Methodist University Rate” when making your reservations. Fairfield by Marriott (910) 223-7867 | (888) 236-2427 This hotel is located on Ramsey Street and is less than one mile south of the university. It is Read More …

Academic Support

Academic Advising Academic Advising – Academic Advisors are students’ main points of contact for questions about course schedules and progress to degree. Students can locate academic advisor information by accessing the “Advising” tab on the myMU portal. Scroll down to the Read More …

Business Information Systems

The Business Information Systems concentration in the Computer Information Technology (CIT) major prepares students for work in companies where business skills, computer technology, and management information systems intersect. Graduates with this concentration will work with (or produce) computer-based information systems. Read More …

Frequently Asked Questions about Engineering

Why study engineering at Methodist University? Smaller class sizes means more individualized learning Direct contact with the engineering faculty in and out of the classroom Close connections with your classmates Interaction with students, faculty, and organizations from across campus Local Read More …