Flexible Learning Options
MUW offers a variety of learning options for individuals whose busy schedules determine when class is in session.
MUW's General Studies Program is designed for students who have started, but not completed an undergraduate degree; or who have started in one major, but wish to change majors without adding significantly to their time to completion. The General Studies degree provides students with basic preparation for many careers and graduate/professional programs. Learn More
Mississippi University for Women offers students a wide variety of opportunities to engage in courses through the World Wide Web and the Mississippi Interactive Video Network. Mississippi University for Women also offers an M.S. Degree in Health Education and a RN/BSN Advanced Placement Option Degree completely online using WebCT. In addition to online coursework offered through WebCT, students can access classes via the Mississippi E-Campus and the Southern Regional Education Board's, (SREB's), Electronic Campus. Learn More
The Executive Certificate from MUW provides you with formal recognition of your professional development and your commitment to life-long learning. Participating in an Executive Certificate Program allows you to further your professional knowledge and to refine strategic skills in a condensed timeframe. Executive Certificate courses are offered throughout the year at MUW and online. Once enrolled in one of the Certificate Programs, you take part in a sequence of classes that explore the various aspects of the subject with fully credentialed faculty. Additionally, you have the opportunity to interact with their fellow class participants and create a network of local, regional and national professionals. Learn More
Life Long Learning Options
Life-Long Learning status affords an opportunity for individuals to enroll in a few courses of specific interest to them without completing the regular application. Individuals applying to MUW as a Life-Long Learner may enroll in classes for academic credit, or they may audit courses (no academic credit is awarded). Learn More