Welcome to the Muskingum University Admission Pages!
Prospective students may be interested in one of several opportunities for enrollment at Muskingum. The specific programs of study are:
- 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.
- International Student Program
Involves the standard Undergraduate academic program, but the admission process is distinct. This link takes you to Muskingums International Student Programs pages.
- Muskingum Adult Program (MAP)
A baccalaureate degree program designed primarily for adult students who have earned a significant amount of academic credit toward a bachelors 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 and Master of Arts in Teaching graduate programs, plus coursework needed for additional teacher licensure.
- Special, Non-Degree Programs
Students wanting to take undergraduate classes but who are not interested in a degree (includes continuing education, post-baccalaureate, transient, Postsecondary Educational Options, continuing education and audit).
- Financial Aid
Provides financial aid/scholarship opportunities and application process information for students in the various programs of study.