MUST University offers its programs via in-campus and/or distance education delivery. Expected learning outcomes and completion requirements for distance education programs are identical to those in the on-campus programs.
Students enrolled in distance education programs have access to equivalent resources as students enrolled in residential programs. MUST University provides and supports students (both on-campus and online), with faculty access and user privileges to sufficient and appropriate library collections, as well as to learning resources consistent with the programs offered.
Distance education programs at MUST University facilitate interaction between faculty/student and student/student. The methods of interaction include: online lectures, emails, document sharing, chat rooms, forums, webinars and “coffee rooms” arranged exclusively for student meetings, academic advising sessions, and tutoring.
Student services which students enrolled in distance education program(s)/course(s) of study have access to are the same as the services to which on-campus students enjoy, including areas such as coping skills, career development, budget and personal financial planning skills, general development, academic advising, testing, supervision and monitoring of attendance and leave of absence, graduate employment assistance and more.