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Adult Bachelor's Degree Completion (MAP: Muskingum Adult Program)

Students are familiar with Muskingum University as a first-rate, traditional liberal arts college that has been educating students from Ohio and around the world since the first half of the nineteenth century. We invite you now to think about the University as the choice for adult degree completion. Adults have always been welcome in our daytime classes, and for more than a decade we have been providing flexible and convenient evening and weekend programs for graduate students, many of whom attend part time as they balance study with work and family responsibilities.

MAP allows you to earn your bachelor's degree by taking courses offered during the evenings and weekends. Most three-credit courses meet once each week for three and one-half hours at the New Concord campus.

All undergraduate majors are open all qualified students.

Muskingum’s MAP program enables students to complete select majors entirely by taking classes in the evenings or on weekends. These majors include:

Accounting
Accounting (public)
Business
Business Administration
Child and Family Studies
Communication
Community Health
Criminal Justice
Early Childhood Education
Health Science
Health Studies
Healthcare Management
Human Resource Management
Information Systems
Intervention Specialist (Special Education)
Marketing
Nursing (RN to BSN)

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Accounting Certificates

For additional information on Bachelor degree programs, please refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalog