Welcomes Four Members
Board of Trustees
Malone University welcomes four to its Board of Trustees.
With 91 undergraduate majors and minors, 11 graduate programs, and 7 pre-professional programs, Malone University has something for everyone.
Spend time in rural, urban, and suburban classrooms as you are equipped to teach the youngest group of learners. Learn from the best of the best teachers who are intentional about creatively integrating the latest technology into the classroom.
Malone nurses are taught to care for patients with the highest professional competence and Christ-like compassion.
Our exceptional MBA is offered in a variety of structures - whatever is most convenient for you! Take it online, in the classroom, or a combination of both. Geared toward the busy professional, we work hard to make sure you can fit it into your life! Our newest option is for graduates to complete the program in just one year.
Master a skill set focused on effective speaking, strong and clear writing, teamwork and collaboration, critical thinking and problem solving, and work ethic and professionalism.
Today's nurses are challenged like never before to think critically and quickly about increasingly complex patients and situations.
A recent student finds that Christian colleges & universities add $60 billion each year to the national economy.
According to our most recent alumni survey, a sample of 2017 graduates report that they are employed, with the majority working in their field of choice.
This program is now offering half-price tuition for online or hybrid programs.
Receive the full benefits of interacting with faculty one-on-one in a small classroom setting. Our faculty know you by first name and strive to live out Malone's Foundational Principles in and out of the classroom.
The NSF granted Malone University an award to advance scientific research in Ohio.
Ground was broken for Pioneer Park in August; the construction of which will transform the student experience by offering modern, attractive outdoor spaces for recreation, club sports, intramurals, and intercollegiate practices and games.
Wednesday, October 24 7:30 p.m. Johnson Center for Worship & Fine Arts Free & Open to the Public (Not a ticketed event)