Yes. You can choose to audit a Marshall University Online course and not receive a letter grade. You would be subject to the same university regulations governing audit enrollment in traditional courses.
Marshall University is pleased to offer these online degrees and programs. Graduate Degrees Master of Arts in Elementary or Secondary Education with areas of emphasis in: General Education Early Childhood Education English as a Second Language Math Through Algebra I … Continued
The Southern Regional Education Board’s Electronic Campus offers thousands of online courses from which you can choose. Here is the website: http://www.electroniccampus.org
MUOnLine courses are accessible to people with a wide range of experience using computers. At a minimum, you will need to be comfortable sending e-mail and using the Internet. For example, during the course of your studies online, you may … Continued
For complete information on your computer hardware and software needs, please visit the Computer Requirements page.
When you register for any class at Marshall – online or traditional – you are automatically assigned a computer account on MUNet. MUNet is the Marshall University computing network. Your computer account provides a username and password for access to the university computer network. … Continued
Online course-related email may be sent to your Marshall University email address unless you choose to set a forwarding address at this site: Computing Services Email Delivery Location You can access your Marshall University email by logging into myMU. Your online course … Continued
Most instructors e-mail addresses at Marshall University are available in the MU Electronic Phonebook Directory. If you do not see your instructor’s name and e-mail address on this list, you can also do a course search from the Marshall University Online … Continued
The E-Mail Tool is not the same as your Marshall University email or your personal email accounts. When you log on to a MUOnLine course for the first time, you will see that an email account has automatically been created … Continued
Yes. MUOnLine students can access online databases, web-based digital collections, and other library resources from anywhere, both on and off-campus, by using their MUID number. The libraries’ online catalog and more than 90 databases provide citation-level searching and full-text articles, are accessible from the Library … Continued
Students enrolled in MUOnLine courses are eligible to apply for financial aid in the same way as students enrolled in traditional classes. The Office of Student Financial Assistance website has all the necessary information. Please note that non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid.
Payment deadlines are posted on the Office of the Bursar website. In most cases you can expect to receive a billing statement from the university, but it is university policy that if a student fails to receive a billing statement the … Continued