The University of Minnesota, Morris Online Learning program offers the same quality education available in the classroom through web-based college instruction, including small classes and one-on-one interaction with faculty in an interactive virtual classroom environment.
Online learning at Morris is perfect for:
- advanced Minnesota high school students wanting to earn PSEO credits;
- college students wanting to fill general learning requirements for another institution;
- non-traditional students to participate in online learning.
Courses in the Morris Online Learning program provide a foundation for undergraduate study by building skills and knowledge in diverse subject areas. Most courses fulfill at least one general education requirement. All courses are one semester or one five-week summer session in length and earn credits equivalent to credits earned on campus for the same course. These credits may be applied toward a degree program at the Morris campus or other colleges in Minnesota and throughout the United States. Courses are transferable to other colleges following guidelines of the institution evaluating your transfer credits.
Admission to the University of Minnesota, Morris as a degree seeking student is not required to enroll in courses offered by the Morris Online Learning program. If you are not a current University of Minnesota, Morris student, PSEO student, or student from another University of Minnesota campus, you are a nondegree seeking student.
The University of Minnesota, Morris is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.