Select online or blended below for a detailed list of upcoming courses. 500/600/700-level are graduate courses.
UMass Dartmouth is not accepting students for online degree or certificate programs who reside in Maryland due to recent legislation in that state.
Please review the PCE Withdrawal and Refund Policy before registering for courses.
- Online learning is anywhere, anytime learning to meet your lifestyle while juggling the demands of work and family to reach your educational goals.
- During your studies, you will work with your professor and classmates through online communications and learn in different and exciting ways.
- Online learning uses new technologies, but the outcome of the course and your responsibility as a student will be the same as in a traditional classroom.
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- Blended courses combine face-to-face (traditional) and online learning.
- This method of learning is for students who do not want to miss out on the traditional classroom experience, but want the flexibility essential with online learning.
- All blended courses will meet the first night of class and at least three other face-to-face meetings.
Getting Started - What will I need to take an Online or Blended Course?
To take full advantage of these courses, please review the following printable pdf: Getting Started in myCourses. Though most courses use the myCourses learning portal, some may use an external website (i.e. MUS 107 Theory Fundamentals and SPA 103 Intensive Beginning Spanish). Please inquire before the start of class.
Did you find the course you need?
If you did not find the online course you need through UMass Dartmouth, please let us know: email@example.com.