What James Millikin envisioned when he founded Millikin University in 1901 was unique: a university that would embrace the "practical" side of learning along with the "literary and classical”; and, while affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, it would not be narrowly "sectarian" and would remain open to all. The result is one of the nation's first small, comprehensive universities that, a century later, has three professional schools and one for the liberal arts and sciences; a well-rounded university where programs in classical music vie in excellence with those in accounting and the health sciences.
Millikin offers certificates, bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and professional doctorates. Millikin University offers accredited degree programs designed to be compatible with life commitments. Classes are offered through a combination of accelerated, online, evening, and day formats.
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission