Missional University has been designed with you in mind – Christian believers who desire to live with purpose and passion while serving in the mission of God. If you are interested in learning how to be, do, and say the gospel witness while serving people in the community, you have come to the right place.
Missional University offers Associate’s Degree programs and Bachelor’s Degree Completion programs.
Undergraduate certificate programs vary in length from 15 to 24 credit hours.
Associate’s Degree programs are two-year college credit programs.
Bachelor’s Degree Completion programs are two-year college credit programs for those with 45 or more of college credits and general education requirements already completed.
Bachelor’s Degree programs consist of a two year Associate’s Degree program plus a 2 year Bachelor’s Degree completion program.
Step 1: Complete the MU Online Application Form
Step 2: If you have never enrolled in a college program, you will be asked to submit your high school transcript to email@example.com. If you have previously enrolled in a college program, submit official transcript(s) of all institutions of post-secondary education attended to firstname.lastname@example.org. In order to be considered official, all transcripts must be sent directly from the school attended to Missional University’s Admission Office.
Step 3: Submit your written requirements
Step 4: Review the Missional University Ethos Statement and William Carey's Guidelines as a Community
Students who intend to transfer to Missional University must be eligible for readmission at his/her last institution attended. Students must present a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. Students who do not meet minimum academic requirements may be placed on academic probation. Students who have been dismissed or suspended from their last school of attendance may not be eligible for admission to Missional University. Please check with the Admissions Department for further information.
Missional University measures all courses in semester credits. Quarter credits are converted to semester credits by reducing the quarter credits to one-third