Colleges and Schools

Summer Courses by Colleges and Schools

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    NEW Courses for Summer 2021

    Coming soon! 

  • College of the Arts and Media

    College of the Arts and Media

    Join us this summer. Whether you need to catch up on classes, get ahead in your studies, or want an educational adventure, we have what you need. 

    Are you working or going home for the summer, or just need time for recreation? You can benefit from our many online courses in Art, Media Arts, Music and/or Theatre. 

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    College of Business

    Coming soon! 

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    College of Education

    Phyllis J. Washington College of Education is home to a variety of course offerings designed to provide students, undergraduate and graduate, and established professionals with opportunities to enhance their academic credentials and gain valuable, substantive experience. Home to three academic departments, the Institute of Educational Research and Service, and the Montana Digital Academy, summer courses are offered in the following areas of study: 

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    College of Forestry and Conservation

    ENVIRONMENT. CONSERVATION. SUSTAINABILITY. YOU.  

    If you’re interested in the environment, nature and a career devoted to managing, sustaining or restoring the living landscape, the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation is the place for you! We offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs for students with interests in the environment, forests, climate change, wildlife conservation, sustainability and resiliency, water resources, restoration, recreation and tourism management, wilderness, community and environmental planning, geospatial technologies, wildland fire and more. Established in 1913, FCFC educates some of the nation’s top leaders in sustainable natural resource management and environmental science. FCFC students develop solutions to natural resource and sustainability challenges and conduct field-based research locally and internationally. We emphasize hands-on, experiential learning in some of the world’s premier outdoor classrooms.  

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    College of Health

    Keep your mind healthy this summer by registering for summer school! The College of Health will host courses that satisfy general education requirements, pre-requisites for health professions programs, and upper division courses in our professional schools. Stay active and keep learning at UM!

     

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    College of Humanities and Sciences

    Whether you are catching up or getting ahead, H&S summer courses can address your academic needs. Summer session courses let you focus on challenging courses in smaller class settings, either on campus or online. Choose from over 100 courses in H&S that fulfill General Education criteria, meet requirements for your major, or satisfy upper division credits. Or focus on unique courses with travel, research, or experiential education not possible in the academic year. 

     

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    Davidson Honors College

    The Davidson Honors College (DHC) attracts students  from  around  the  state, country, and world to the University of Montana. Our students are engaged citizens who excel in critical thinking,  communication,  collaboration, problem solving,  ethical reasoning, and civic  engagement and the DHC serves as a hub of intellectual, service, and social activity for students, staff, and faculty across the University of Montana campus. Join us this summer to start or continue your honors experience.

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    School of Law

    The 14th annual Summer American Indian and Indigenous Law Program at UM’s Blewett School of Law offers the unique opportunity to learn from nationally and internationally renowned scholars and practitioners. We offer one-week, one-credit classes from June 7 - July 30, 2021, covering a range of topics from the basic foundations of Indian Law to more specific issues relevant in the field.

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    Missoula College

    Missoula College will offer a wealth of courses this summer, including 19 on campus and another 9 online. Offerings fit into a variety of certificates and two-year associate degrees befitting many careers, including carpentry, nursing and computer modeling, among others.

    Missoula College has something for you, whether it’s an introductory class to catch up, or an advanced course to get ahead. Speed up your graduation timeline in a low-pressure environment, and check out Missoula College’s summer course catalog today!