Our classroom. Your comfort zone.
If you’re looking for an online education that’s engaging, personal and true to the Word, welcome to Multnomah University. We’ve designed our online undergraduate, graduate, seminary and adult degree completion programs with you in mind.
Online College Degrees
Online Graduate Degrees
Online Seminary Degrees
Online Adult Degree Completion Programs
Your Learning Environment
Wherever life takes you, our classes are just a click away. The iOS and Android apps on Canvas are geared toward today’s mobile lifestyle, and the easy-to-use interface means you’ll enjoy a seamless transition from phone to tablet to desktop. You’ll stay on top of your coursework and stay on track toward your goals.
This isn’t your typical online learning experience, and our sense of community is a big reason why. As a member of the Multnomah family, you’ll converse with your classmates and professors through discussions, email, chat and videoconferencing. And you’ll build relationships that stand the test of time.
Count on a high-quality academic experience firmly rooted in the Word of God, and then put your knowledge to work in internship opportunities that span the globe. Countless MU graduates have emerged as insightful scholars, compassionate leaders and agents of positive change. So can you.
Need to know the technology requirements for MU online students?
Visit the Technology Requirements page.
Want more details?
Check out the FAQ page.
While students from any state or country are welcome to take classes in residence at any of Multnomah’s three locations, U.S. residents who are taking classes entirely online must reside in a state where MU has been authorized to offer online coursework. As of June 2015, MU is authorized to offer online classes in the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia.
More states are added to this list periodically. If you wish to take MU Online classes but do not live in one of these states, contact the Admissions Office to ask if Multnomah is in the process of securing authorization for your state. Note that the regulatory requirements of some states make it fiscally imprudent for MU to obtain authorization.
Any person living outside the U.S. is welcome to apply for admission as a full-time online student.
For more information, please visit our State Authorizations and Exemptions page.