Madisonville Regional Campus

Need a flexible way to complete your degree in Madisonville?  We offer a variety of courses and programs taught by MSU's talented faculty right here in Madisonville for students who do not have access to the Murray campus. Our programs are offered in convenient formats, including evenings and online.

Our advisors are here to assist you with the admissions process, course scheduling and academic advising. Whether you want to transfer to Murray State or earn your master's degree, we want to help you get started on reaching your personal goals. 

Explore your options

Earning your degree does not have to require travel or changing your already busy schedule. Our programs are catered to those who work full-time or have family commitments outside of school. 

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Bachelor's degrees

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Business administration

There are many paths to completing a business degree. Speak to an advisor to map out your plan for graduation.

Kelsey Johnson
Academic advisor 
Visit our website for program details.
kjohnson109@murraystate.edu
270.809.4196

Computer information systems

There are many paths to completing the Bachelor of Science in Business degree with an are in Computer Information Systems. Speak to an advisor to map out your plan for graduation.

Kelsey Johnson
Academic advisor 
Visit our website for program details. 
kjohnson109@murraystate.edu
270.809.4196

Elementary education

The Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education offers baccalaureate degrees in Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (birth through kindergarten) or in Elementary Education (kindergarten through fifth grade). 

Dr. Karen Mackey
2+2 educational coordinator
Madisonville Regional Campus
Visit our website for program details. 
kmackey2@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379 or 270.809.5467

Integrated studies - many areas available! 

This program is designed for those returning to school to finish their bachelor degree. Talk to an advisor to see how you can tailor your curriculum to meet your personal and professional goals. Multiple fields of study and pathways are available! 

Meghan Teal
Advisor
Visit our website for program details. 
mteal@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379

Interdisciplinary early childhood education

The Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (IECE) is a CAEP-accredited program which prepares our graduates to provide early intervention, care, and education for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten children with and without disabilities, and their families. 

Dr. Karen Mackey
2+2 educational coordinator
Madisonville Regional Campus
Visit our website for program details.
kmackey2@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379 or 270.809.5467

Learning and behavior disorders (LBD) with elementary emphasis

The Special Education Learning and Behavior Disorders Program (LBD) is a Bachelor of Science degree program that offers dual certification in special education/elementary education and special education/middle school.  This program will prepare you to become a certified special education teacher in primary through grade 12, certified in elementary education primary through grade 5, or certified in middle school education grades 5-9.
Dr. Karen Mackey
2+2 educational coordinator
Madisonville Regional Campus
kmackey2@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379 or 270.809.5467

Logistics and supply chain management

There are many paths to completing the Bachelor of Science in Business degree with an area in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Contact an advisor today to map out your plan for graduation.

Kelsey Johnson
Academic advisor 
Visit our website for program details. 
kjohnson109@murraystate.edu
270.809.4196

Middle school education 

The Middle School Education Program is a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree program. The programs will prepare you to become a certified teacher for middle school students in grades 5-9 in two curriculum content areas (English/Communications, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies). 

Dr. Karen Mackey
2+2 educational coordinator
Madisonville Regional Campus
Visit our website for program details. 
kmackey2@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379 or 270.809.5467

Organizational communication

Our programs in the Department of Organizational Communication equip students with the skills to lead organizations in the public, private, nonprofit and sports sectors. 

Dr. R. Michael Bokeno
Department chair
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rbokeno@murraystate.edu
270.809.4463

Public and community health

The Bachelor of Science in Public and Community Health at Murray State University is a dynamic major that is interdisciplinary in nature and provides options that allow students to prepare for various careers in public and community health organizations, such as hospitals, governmental agencies, non-profits, and worksite wellness programs. 

Dr. Miranda Terry
Program director 
Visit our website for program details. 
mterry4@murraystate.edu
270.809.3839

Social work

The Department of Community Leadership and Human Services offers a BSW where social workers display an informed passion to improve the quality of life for others, especially for vulnerable populations. The BSW degree program prepares students for professional entry level generalist practice in the social work profession, for entry level state licensure and for further education.

Dr. Peggy Pittman-Munke
Program director 
Visit our website for program details.
pmunke@aol.com
270.809.3055

Master's degrees

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Education administration

We offer programs to prepare school principals as well as advanced programs for central office administrators.  

Dr. Richard Dodson
Coordinator
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rdodson1@murraystate.edu
270.809.3790

Mental health counseling

The Clinical Mental Health program is designed to prepare professional counselors to provide individual, group, marriage, couple, and family counseling in various settings. In addition to training students in the foundational areas of counseling , coursework for this program will provide training in advanced counseling skills and supervision, diagnostic techniques and treatment planning, research, addictions, and multicultural counseling. 

Dr. Samir Patel
Coordinator
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spatel4@murraystate.edu
270.809.6123

Public administration

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree program prepares students for leadership careers in public service organizations. The degree is appropriate for people already working in these fields as a means of advancement and also for pre-service individuals looking to develop the skills and knowledge to enter into an administrative position.

Dr. James Clinger 
Program director 
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jclinger@murraystate.edu
270.809.2706

School counseling

The School Counseling program at Murray State University welcomes all students interested in becoming a Mental Health Counselor who works with P-12 grade youth in a school setting.

Dr. Susana Contreras Bloomdahl
Coordinator
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sbloomdahl@murraystate.edu
270.809.6471

Teacher leader

The Master of Arts in Education in Teacher Leader is 30 credit hours and is designed to prepare individuals to work in leadership positions in P-12 school settings. Upon completion of coursework, candidates will be eligible for rank change in Kentucky.

Dr. Melissa Chapman
Program coordinator
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mchapman11@murraystate.edu
270.809.4669

Doctoral degree programs

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Doctor of nursing practice in nurse anesthesia 

The DNP program is designed for nurses seeking a terminal degree in nursing practice and offers an alternative to research-focused doctoral programs. Graduates of the DNP program will be able to serve as leaders who use best practices as advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) at individual, population, and organizational levels.

Darlena Jones, CRNA, DNP
Program administrator
Madisonville Regional Campus
darlena.jones@bhsi.com
Office: 270.809.5268
Cell: 270.836.5923

Online degree programs

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Important dates 

Registration for Summer and Fall 2019 is currently underway! View  application deadlines or create an account to begin your admission process. Contact us today and we can help you get started! 

Contact us 

Let's talk about your options! We have staff available to help with program advising, registration and admissions. We are located in the Postsecondary Education Building, Room 215, on Madisonville Community College's campus.  Give us a call at 270.825.4379, e-mail us at msu.madisonville@murraystate.edu, or complete this short form to get in contact with an advisor.

Heather Roy
Director, Madisonville Regional Campus
hroy@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379 or 270.809.5470
Jean Ann Bridges
Administrative Assistant
jbridges@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379 or 270.809.5468
Dr. Karen Mackey
2+2 Educational Coordinator
kmackey2@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379 or 270.809.5467
Meaghan Teal
Academic Advisor
mteal@murraystate.edu
270.825.4379 or 270.809.5614

Where we're located

MSU-Madisonville Regional Campus
2000 College Drive
Madisonville, KY 42431

The MSU-Madisonville Regional Campus is located on the campus of Madisonville Community College in the Steve Beshear Postsecondary Education Building, a new state-of-the-art facility. Our office is located in Room 215, and we are open 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and follow MCC's holiday and closure schedule.