Academics at Muskingum
Undergraduate Programs
Liberal Arts Essentials (LAE)
Majors & Programs
International Programs
Adult Degree Completion
Graduate Programs
Master of Arts in Education
Master of Arts in Teaching
Education Specialist
Master of Information Strategy, Systems and Technology
Continuing Education
Academic Catalogs
Academic Calendars
Schedule of Classes
Exam Schedule
Transcript Info/Requests
Computer & Network Services
ADA Reasonable Accommodations
Plus Program
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Welcome to the Muskingum University Academic Pages!

Welcome to Muskingum University! At Muskingum, academic programs in the liberal arts and sciences are central to our mission: "to develop - intellectually, spiritually, socially, and physically - whole persons."

Muskingum's classrooms, laboratories, clinical sites, internships, field placements, rehearsal halls, theatres, galleries, playing fields and common areas are all places where students work with accomplished scholar-teachers to hone their intellectual skills, broaden their cultural perspectives, and develop life-long habits for learning, service, and leadership.

The presentation of academic information on the Muskingum website is structured in a way to address the needs of particular categories of students at the University.  Use the links on this page to explore all the opportunities for learning that Muskingum's academic programs offer.

  • Traditional Undergraduate Programs
    For students pursuing the first baccalaureate degree (entering first-year and transfer students) who plan to take the majority of their classes in the daytime.

    • PLUS Program
      Designed to provide structured academic assistance to students with diagnosed learning differences. PLUS Program students pursue a traditional undergraduate academic program while receiving learning support. The link directs visitors to the PLUS Program pages of the website.

  • Muskingum Adult Program (MAP) A baccalaureate degree program designed primarily for adult students who have earned a significant amount of academic credit toward a bachelor’s degree but whose work or personal schedules require that they take classes in the evenings or on the weekends.

  • Graduate Programs
    Encompasses the Master of Arts in Education, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Information Strategy, Systems and Technology, and Education Specialist graduate programs. Students with baccalaureate degrees who are seeking additional teacher licensure should also follow this link.

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