Park Hills

Since 1989, Central Methodist University has partnered with Mineral Area College to bring courses and degree programs, including the Master of Education degree, to the Park Hills region.

CMU-Park Hills offerings may be perfect for students who have already completed a two-year college degree and who wish to complete requirements for a four-year degree. CMU-Park Hills courses may also be appropriate for students interested in personal or professional enrichment or growth but not desiring a four-year degree.

 

Contact Information:

JWJeff Williams
Site Coordinator, Advisor
573-518-2112, jawillia@centralmethodist.edu
Advisor for undergraduate degree programs in Education in the areas of Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle School, Secondary Business, Secondary Math and Special Education, Child Development and Mathematics degree programs and Masters in Education.

GambleHilary Gamble
Administrative Assistant
573-518-2112, hgamble@centralmethodist.edu
Manages and submits financial aid documents, coordinates office activity and campus information

TKTheresa Keown
Human Services Advisor,
Director Clinical Counseling Program
573-518-2301, tkeown@centralmethodist.edu
Advisor for Criminal Justice, Psychology and Sociology undergraduate degree programs and Masters in Clinical Counseling.

Velma BaldwinVelma Baldwin
Advisor
573-518-2293, vbaldwin@centralmethodist.edu
Advises the following programs: Business, Nursing, Accounting, Public Administration, Computer Science

NobleSteve Noble
Curriculum Coordinator and Teacher Education
573-518-2112, snoble@centralmethodist.edu
Full time faculty member. Teaches numerous courses in the Education major and organizes/supervises the student teaching experience for Park Hills students.

 
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