MMU Plus

Want a head start on your master's degree? Current MMU students can take up to four advanced courses in any of our graduate programs during their undergraduate studies, if eligible.

Get more from your college experience

It's easy to see why so many students choose MMU Plus

  • Jump-start your master's degree and take advantage of up to an $8,900 value
  • Fulfill electives in your bachelor's program
  • Use your current financial aid toward graduate-level classes
  • Make connections for jobs and placements
  • Gain advanced skills

All at no extra cost!

Starting is easy

We're here to propel you forward—and with all of the benefits, there's no reason to wait!

Since classes are offered with 9 start dates in 5- and 10-week blocks, you're able to work courses in when they best fit into your schedule.

  1. Talk with your advisor to add MMU Plus graduate classes to your schedule.
  2. Have your advisor help you get registered.
  3. Take your first class.

Available courses

You're able to join any of the courses listed below through MMU Plus. Get a jump-start on your master's or use graduate courses to complete electives for your bachelor's—all at no extra cost!

Master of Management courses (see catalog for full details):

  • Analytics and Decision Making
  • Budgeting and Forecasting
  • Business Continuity and Planning
  • Dynamic Marketing
  • Entrepreneurial Mindset
  • Experiential Learning
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Managing People and Teams
  • Managing Talent
  • Professionalism and Ethics

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management courses:

  • Organizational Effectiveness
  • Operations Management
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Strategy & Customer Value
  • Supply Chain Technology & Product Innovation
  • Supply Chain Analytics
  • Supply Chain Planning & Control
  • Supply Chain Distribution
  • Supply Chain Business Analysis
  • Systems Thinking & Growth Mindset

Please visit the Master of Arts in Education catalog for course descriptions.

  • Assessment and Differentiation
  • Assessment in Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Behavior Interventions
  • Children's Literature: Enhancing Instruction
  • Collaboration and Mentoring
  • Content Area Reading and Writing
  • Culturally Responsive Teaching
  • Diagnostic Assessment of Reading & Writing
  • Early Childhood Assessment and Intervention
  • Early Childhood Curriculum, Birth-Kindergarten
  • Family and Community Relationships
  • Foundations of Reading
  • Grammar for Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Health, Nutrition, and Safety
  • Human Growth and Development
  • Issues in Educational Psychology
  • Language, Culture, and Schooling
  • Language, Literacy and Culture
  • Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition
  • Special Education: Law, Collaboration and Consultation
  • Supervision and Administration of Early Childhood Programs
  • Technology Strategies for Teachers
  • Topics in Literacy Instruction
  • Transitions and Career Planning
  • Trends and Strategies in Teaching Children with Autism
  • Young Adult Literature

Please visit the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) catalog for course descriptions. A minimum 3.5 GPA is required to take MSN courses through MMU Plus. Students should also schedule an appointment with the Graduate Nursing Programs Director to discuss what courses are right for them.

  • Advanced Integrated Physical Assessment, Pathophysiology & Pharmacology
  • Environmental Health
  • Global/International Health
  • Health Care Systems: Leadership and Organizations
  • Health Promotion/Disease Prevention
  • Methods of Quality Management
  • Vulnerable Populations

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Please visit the Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy catalog for course descriptions.

  • Family Life Development
  • Family Systems
  • Neuroscience for MFT
  • Play Therapy Application
  • Psychopathology and the Family
  • Spirituality and the Family
  • Therapeutic Techniques with Parents and Children
  • Trauma, Violence, & Addiction

In choosing to start my master’s degree early, I was able to make more valuable connections with other nurses in the area.

Emily Vittetoe ’19, '23 MSN

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