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Remember, the dual enrollment tuition rate only applies to 100 and 200 level courses.  

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Suggested Online Courses 

Students will develop a foundational understanding of cybersecurity and how it relates to information and network security. Cybersecurity Essentials introduces students to cybercrime, security principles, technologies, and procedures to defend networks. The course is presented with interactive, multimedia content, lab activities using network simulators and virtual machines, and multi-industry case studies.

This course will focus on personal skills, professional behaviors, and tools to help you succeed in any career and learn soft and hard skills applicable to many occupations and empower you to thrive professionally. As part of this course, you will receive a University of Montana sanctioned Career Readiness Micro-Credential (digital) badge if your final grade is a B or higher. The soft skills taught align with the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) career competencies for college graduates that include: Critical Thinking/Problem Solving, Oral/Written Communications, Teamwork/Collaboration, Digital Technology, Leadership, and Professionalism/Work Ethic. 

Offered autumn. Opportunities are plentiful for students interested in pursuing a career in a healthcare-related field. It can be challenging though to navigate the potential options and find a career path that best fits. This course is designed to provide the student with a firm foundation for understanding what health-related career paths are available at the University of Montana and beyond and begin to identify health professions that match the student’s particular interests and abilities.

We will help students achieve the objectives of the course through guest speakers, readings, class discussions, and shadowing opportunities.  Students will investigate options and interests, and learn the requirements and educational paths of the various careers studied.

Offered every term. Offered at Missoula College. Introduction to a medical word building system using Greek and Latin word roots, combining forms, suffixes, and prefixes.

A survey of anthropology which introduces the fundamental concepts, methods and perspectives of the field. The description and analysis of human culture, its growth and change. The nature and functions of social institutions.

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical Studies (H), Cultural Intl Diversity (X)

Offered spring. A comprehensive, introductory history of western civilization from 1648 to the present. Lecture-discussion. 

Gen Ed Attributes: Historical Studies (H), Democracy and Citizenship (Y)

Offered autumn and spring. Offered at Missoula College. Basic double-entry accounting. Emphasis on analyzing, journalizing, and posting transactions; trial balance, worksheet, financial statements, and adjusting/closing procedures, accounting systems, and cash control.

Offered autumn and spring. This course focuses on the fundamentals of programming and its connection to the creative and expressive possibilities of media art. Visual and scripting languages provide the foundation by which stories and games are created.

Introduction to basic drawing skills and concept integration. Studio practice with research in historical and contemporary approaches.

 Gen Ed Attributes: Expressive Arts (A)

Offered autumn and spring. Constitutional principles, structures, and the political processes of the national government.

Gen Ed Attributes: Social Sciences Course (S), Democracy and Citizenship (Y)