Welcome to UMOnline!

Online Learning at the University of Montana

Whether you are pursuing an online degree, or just taking an online class for fun - our team is excited to roam alongside you through your online learning experience and looks forward to supporting you in your academic journey!

Here you will find a variety of resources designed with you in mind such as helping you navigate Moodle, online learning tips, tutorials and more.

2023 Fall Semester Noncredit Offerings

  • Beekeeping Certificate Courses

    Beekeeping Certificate Program

    UM's Online Beekeeping Certificate program consists of three university-level courses at the apprentice, journeyman and master levels. This fall, there will be two sections of the Apprentice and one of the Journeyman level being offered!

  • Academic Advising Certificate Program

    Academic Advising Certificate Program

    The Office for Student Success, in collaboration with campus partners, is offering the Academic Advising Certificate Program to ensure the consistency and high quality of academic advising at UM and to provide professional development opportunities for individuals interested in academic advising. The trainings are also useful for those who are interested in advancing into a professional academic advising position at UM.

  • Introduction to Culinary Medicine

    Introduction to Culinary Medicine

    Introduction to Culinary Medicine is an online course available to interested parties in the general public that covers the same material offered at the graduate level, 3-credit university course. It will provide an overview of the many facets and intriguing insights into this newly evolving discipline.

  • Dual Credit Anatomy and Physiology Training

    Dual Credit Anatomy and Physiology Training

    Dual-Credit Anatomy and Physiology Training aims to educate high school science teachers about the requirements for a dual-credit Anatomy and Physiology course and demonstrate how the Montana Science Standards/NGSS can be incorporated into this type of course, how to incorporate the 2019 National Health Science Standards into this type of course and explain the difference between high school credit, college credit, dual-credit, and career and technical education (CTE) coursework.