The University Of North Dakota - Online & Distance Education

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January 19, 2011

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4 Credits
Online
Interact in a Virtual Classroom
$235.50 per Credit Plus Fees

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NORW101: First Year Norwegian I

Prerequisites: None.
Undergraduate College Credit Courses
Spring 2011

Who Can Enroll?

With semester-based, online courses from the University of North Dakota, you can get the classes you need, the flexibility you want, and the quality you deserve!

Adult Learners

If you are an adult learner juggling the responsibilities of family or work, online courses give you the flexibility you need to pursue your educational and career goals.

Employeer-Provided Tuition Assistance

UND accepts company payments for employer-provided tuition assistance programs. Contact your human resource department to find out how you can qualify for tuition assistance.

Military Personnel

If you are active in the military, you can take your college courses with you…no matter where you go!

The University of North Dakota was ranked in the Top 3 of Military-Friendly Online Schools among a review of more than 200 accredited online military-friendly schools by Guide to Online Schools, a leading education portal.

UND also is approved to offer college credit courses through the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) program.

UND accepts military and veterans tuition assistance. Contact your military education or veterans’ administration office to find out how you can qualify for tuition assistance. 

NOTE: Service members and veterans taking 100% of their courses online and who are enrolled in the Post-9/11 GI Bill may also be eligible for a monthly housing allowance. Refer to the US Department of Veterans Affairs for details.

College Students

As a college student, you may enroll in online courses to fulfill graduation requirements or take a class that will not fit into your schedule on campus. 

Semester-based, online courses are eligible for federal and state financial aid programs. 

Will the credits earned at UND transfer to another school?

The transfer of credits is always at the discretion of the institution to which the credits are being transferred. In general, credits that are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission transfer to other regionally accredited institutions.

Please check with your institution to verify if the course(s) will apply toward your degree.

Already a UND student?

Register for online courses through UND Campus Connection.

High School Students

As a high school student, you may enroll in the lower-division credit courses (i.e., 100 and 200 level). By taking college-level courses during high school or the summer after graduating, you can get a head start on your college education.

Dual Credit in North Dakota

If you live in North Dakota, you may be able to simultaneously obtain both upper-level high school course credits and college course credits through a dual credit program adopted by the North Dakota Legislature. This law significantly increases your postsecondary enrollment options.

To determine your eligibility for dual credit or for further information on the dual credit program, please contact your school guidance counselor or principal.

To receive dual credit, you will need to:

Students with Disabilities

Disability Services for Students (DSS) provides reasonable accommodations to eligible UND students, including distance students. Accommodations are individualized to address specific functional limitations resulting from a disability.

IMPORTANT! You must be an admitted UND student before applying for accommodations with Disability Services for Students. You are encouraged to apply for accommodations IMMEDIATELY after being admitted to UND and registering for distance courses in order to facilitate DSS's ability to provide accommodations in a timely manner.

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January 19, 2011