Yes. Muse was designed to be worn comfortably with eyeglasses and should not interfere with any eyewear or prescription eyeglasses. Many Musers practice regularly with glasses on. You may need put some additional effort in to making sure the rubber ear sensors of your Muse headband are touching the skin behind your ears.
Occasionally, we come across a case where a certain pair of glasses causes trouble, usually because they are made of metal or include conductive metal parts. If you think this might be happening to you, try a different pair of glasses during your Muse sessions.
If you are still having trouble, note that you don't need to look at the screen for the majority of your session. You should be able to take your glasses off once you start a session.