Continuing Education Credits and Classes

Additional Information

Transcript and Homework Information

  • What is the homework associated with my continuing education credit?

    You will submit a reflection paper for each class. Unless otherwise stated by the session's facilitator, a template in Microsoft Word is used to walk the student through the reflection process.

    Current Homework Templates
  • If I do not submit my homework assignment within the 7 day allotment, may I turn it in late?

    No.

    MNU is required to function within the normal range of practices in higher education. Post-dating university credit is not one of those practices. In order to maintain academic integrity and ensure the quality of your experiences with MNU and its continuing education partners, it is necessary that we establish and uphold policies published. Thank you for your support. Please contact the continuing education office with questions/concerns.

    Current Homework Templates
  • How do I submit my reflection paper/homework?

    When you are ready to submit a reflection paper, you will send that document as an attachment to med@mnu.edu. When MNU receives this paper, you will receive an automated message indicating it was received. Please be sure MNU messages aren't going to your SPAM folder or that MNU is not blocked by your email provider. Issues related to homework submission should be sent to the Continuing Education Office at med@mnu.edu.

    Current Homework Templates
  • When is my grade posted & how do I check grades?

    After homework has been submitted to MNU via email, MNU then has two weeks to grade the assignment and post the grade to the student account.

    During the summer months, due to the high volume, MNU may take up to four weeks.

    You may view your grades by visiting the student gateway. Enter your credentials you created, then click on the “results” tab to view your grades. The title of your course is a drop-down menu; therefore, if you took more than one class, select your course and your results will appear.

  • When and how do I get my transcript?

    Ordering Your Transcript:

    Official transcripts must be requested through the online request page found at: https://www.mnu.edu/resources/registrar/request-transcripts

    • Telephone or paper request submissions are not accepted.
    • Once a transcript has been released, you will need to complete a new request and provide payment if additional transcripts are needed.
    • Issues regarding your transcript request can be directed to the Registrar’s Office at: 913-971-3626 or registrar@mnu.edu. Please have your transcript order number available.
    • Issues regarding your grades can be direct to the Continuing Education office by emailing med@mnu.edu

    If you have outstanding course grades that you need to show on your transcript select, After Grades Are Posted, in the order request form to ensure your transcript will be held until all course grades are posted.

    • After Grades Are Posted, is only an available option if there are outstanding grades on your academic record.
    • After Degree Is Awarded, is for degree seeking students. Your transcript request will not process if this option is selected, and you are not degree seeking.

Costs, Fee and Payment Information

  • What are the guidelines for earning college credit?

    As of August 2012, the Higher Learning Commission, (HLC) determined 1 college credit requires 15 hours of seat time.

    Usually workshops and training will earn .5 credit for a daylong session (5.5 hours of seat time and a two-hour reflection assignment, totaling 7.5 hours). Traditional college-level course work will earn a pre-determined number of credit hours. This is identified by the institution offering the course at the time of enrollment.

  • What is the price for continuing education credit?

    This depends on the organization with whom you've contracted for the workshop, class, training, etc. Contact the organization to determine costs.

  • How do I pay for my credit?

    Visa, Mastercard, AMEX and Discover debit and credit cards are accepted for payment when you register.

    Payment is given upon registration through a secure online provider called TouchNet. Once payment is submitted, a receipt is sent via email from TouchNet through contedaccts@mnu.edu. Issues related to payment should be sent to Herb Albertson, hhalbertson@mnu.edu.

    If you have logged into the MNU portal and see a "cashier hold" when trying to access your grades or account information, this means your payment hasn't been posted to your student account.  You may access your student account and make your payment.

  • How do I request a refund?

    A continuing education student may request a refund before they have started the course, if it is a partner course the student must receive their approval first. If a refund is approved, an administrative fee of $15 will be deducted from the amount refunded. To request a refund, please send the following information via email to med@mnu.edu with the following information:

    • Client name and address
    • Name of continuing education course, including course number (CRN)
    • Date of the course/workshop
    • Reason for requesting refund
  • What if I have an unresolved fee balance?

    Any continuing education student with an unresolved fee balance will not be able to enroll in additional continuing education courses until the outstanding balance has been resolved. Please contact the Cashier's Office if you have an unresolved fee balance by calling 913.971.3504.

  • How do I access my 1098T Student Tax Form?

    1098-T’s are available by January 31. Our Cashier's Office has detailed information about accessing your 1098T Student Tax Form.

Teaching Methods

In our teacher continuing education programs, our instructors enhance their lessons with podcasts, vodcasts, social networking, wikis and other electronic delivery technology. Students also engage in real-time webcasts with instructors throughout the program using virtual collaboration tools like Adobe Connect, allowing for asynchronized and synchronized learning each week.

Accreditation

Kansas Department of Education; CAEP: Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. The University is authorized to offer associate’s degrees in all fields, bachelor’s degrees in all fields, and master’s degrees in the fields of Administration/Leadership, Business, Counseling, Education, Nursing and Religion. The University accreditation is through the Higher Learning Commission.

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