A liberal arts college founded in 1956, Methodist College became Methodist University in 2006, signifying the institution’s growth from just 43 students in its first graduating class to the more than 2,300 current undergraduate, graduate, and degree-completion students studying at the school’s campus and online from more than 80 countries around the world.
Methodist University is dedicated to providing transformative educational experiences and student-centered programs. The school integrates its liberal arts foundation with its spiritual and moral heritage to help develop successful graduates dedicated to making positive contributions to society.
Students can advance their education, career, and life with the flexibility provided by Methodist University’s online programs. Online courses offer a quality learning environment with personalized assistance and academic support services to help students thrive.
Degrees are awarded by the University’s three colleges:
- College of Arts, Humanities and Sciences
- College of Business, Technology and Professional Programs
- College of Health Science and Human Services
Accreditation & Licensing
Methodist University is accredited by:
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)