Charlesetta Smith Staley, Ed. D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Services
Martin University provides its students with a well-rounded, liberal arts education for graduate education and leadership roles in their chosen careers. Students benefit from the Institution’s unique Service Learning and Leadership curriculum. All courses and degree plans at Martin are subject to ongoing assessment to ensure that students are prepared for the rapidly changing needs of a global society.
Martin University offers 13 Bachelor’s Degrees, in an array of disciplines including Addiction Counseling, Business Administration, Biology, Early Childhood Education Liberal Arts, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, and Criminal Justice.
Martin University offers 2 Master’s degree programs.
Consortium for Urban Education (CUE)
Martin University is a member of the Consortium for Urban Education (CUE). As a member of CUE, Martin University students may enroll at other member institutions, taking one class per semester, if the student must complete a course that is not being offered at Martin University.
Consortium for Urban Education (CUE) member institution include:
|2015-2016 Academic Calendar|
|2016-2017 Academic Calendar|
|2014-2015 Undergraduate Course Catalog (revised 07/31/14)|
2016-2018 Undergraduate Course Catalog (revised 11/09/2016)
|2016 Spring Course Schedule|
|Available Scholarships and Instructions|
|2017 Commencement Information|
|Release Of Liability Waiver|