Mass Communications Courses

COM 1050 INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS (3 s.h.) Covers the basics of communication theory and how they apply to all forms of mass communication, discusses the historical development of a wide variety of communication media, and provides an understanding of Read More …

Writing Across the Campus: General Education Assessment

Definitions of Criteria Used on General Education Assessment Rubric Issue identification and focus The issue addressed in the paper is appropriate, clearly identified, and thorough described. Focus on the issue is maintained consistently. The writer does not wander off the Read More …

Pre-Professional Programs

Pre-Professional programs at Methodist University are not majors, but rather academic advising tracks which allow students to pursue an undergraduate degree which will prepare them for professional graduate education. Methodist University graduates are highly sought after by graduate schools, and Read More …

Forward Together: Health & Wellness Information

The information immediately following was furnished by the MU Health Center. Jump within this document to information from: Center for Personal Development Housekeeping  I have symptoms and/or have tested positive for COVID-19. What do I do? Whom do I call? Read More …

QuestionPro

Methodist University has a campus license for QuestionPro. QuestionPro software enables users to do any kind of online survey or online data collection. It is designed so that you can easily design, send, and analyze surveys. For a QuestionPro account Read More …

Financial Aid Process

1. Apply for Admissions as a Degree-Seeking Student Returning MU Students who have not attended for at least one semester or have withdrawn in the current semester must apply for admission and be re-accepted to Methodist University (MU) as a Read More …

Frequently Asked Questions about Admissions

How is the MU Admissions Office handling the COVID-19 emergency? During these challenging times, Methodist University has adjusted a number of our admissions policies to support our Future Monarchs and their families. It is our hope that the information listed Read More …

Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program Essential Functions Policy

Success in the Doctor of Occupational Therapy curriculum requires a student demonstrate the cognitive skills, psychomotor skills, communication skills, self-care abilities and affective behaviors expected of an entry-level occupational therapist. Entry-level occupational therapists are competent clinicians who evaluate and provide Read More …

Organizational Communication & Leadership

The Organizational Communication & Leadership concentration is one of three concentrations available in the Applied Communication major.  See the major page for more information. Concentration Curriculum Requirements The Applied Communication major with a concentration in Organizational Communication & Leadership major Read More …