Bring your dedication and dreams, we’ll unleash your faith and future.

Multnomah students are passionate people who pursue lives of ambitious faith, purposeful careers, and Christlike change. We understand that God made you in His image with limitless potential to glorify Him and love your neighbor in your field.

We will inspire and equip you to transform your vision and passion into life-changing ministries, organizations, businesses, movements, practices, churches, and lives.

Our professors will enrich and support your learning and growth. You will have peers and mentors to encourage your pursuit of Christ-likeness, sharpen your skill set for your career, and cultivate your thriving faith.

In our community, you’ll find fellow brothers and sisters in Christ who are joyful about serving the Lord, digging into Scripture, and discovering opportunities for the gospel in any career. Wherever your journey takes you after you leave, you’ll always have a place to call home.

Requirements

Fall Priority Application Deadline: August 1

Spring Priority Application Deadline: December 1

Fill out your MU application

This non-refundable fee is to be paid online when the application is submitted.

This form is to be completed by the applicant’s minister, spiritual mentor, or ministry supervisor. It can not be completed by a relative.

A professor, mentor, employer, former employer, or the like should complete this form. This should not be completed by a relative.

Request that your official transcript would be sent from each institution you have attended, are currently attending, or from which you will receive credit directly to Multnomah University.

Master of Arts in Global Development & Justice

  • Minimum GPA requirement: 2.5

Master of Science in Management & Leadership

  • Minimum GPA requirement: 2.5

Master of Arts in Counseling

  • Minimum GPA requirement: 3.0

Master of Arts in TESOL

  • Minimum GPA requirement: 2.5
  • 3 credit hours of Foreign Language (this can be taken during the program)

Master of Arts in Counseling candidates will be asked to complete a background check upon a successful interview.

Tuition & Financial Aid

If you need help paying for your education, you’re not alone. Multnomah University offers a wide array of scholarships, grants, and awards designed to help you pay for your education and reach your fullest potential as a student. Learn more about our tuition and financial aid.

FAQS

We are accredited through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and the Association of Theological Schools. This valuable distinction enables our “Bible university” model to provide a safe community for intellectually-curious Christians. Read more about our accreditation.

Multnomah is an inter-denominational Christian school, welcoming believers from all backgrounds. In our Doctrinal Statement, we outline how important this status is to Multnomah, our students, and how we prepare our graduates for a life of faithful service.

To be as inclusive and accommodating as possible, we do accept limited credits from unaccredited Bible colleges. For more information about this, please contact the Admissions Office.

We have several upcoming dates for visitors and several visit options to fit your specific questions and your schedule.

Requests to audit courses are reviewed and approved by the Office of the Registrar. Please refer to the Guest Application page for more information.

“What makes teaching most satisfying to me is that I see the change in my students. ”

Dr. Karl Kutz, Professor and Chair of Biblical Languages

Questions for Admissions?

We are here to help you explore Multnomah and all that it has to offer you. We are also available to assist with any additional questions you have about the admissions process. Call or text us at (503) 251-6485 or email admissions@multnomah.edu

Graduate Prospective Student Viewbook

Whether you are continuing here at MU or joining us for the first time, this viewbook will give you insight into what MU is like for our graduate students.