MISSOULA – The University of Montana’s commitment to providing academic excellence for its students extends to online learners as well. Recently, UM became one of a few schools to earn multiple “Best” awards in 2019 for online master’s degree programs.
OnlineMasters.com, a platform that researches every graduate program nationwide and highlights those that help students gain the education they need, gave high rankings to the following UM programs:
- Best Online MPA Programs, No. 15: Students in this program receive one-on-one attention with their professors and applied learning experiences with the Baucus Institute’s Department of Public Administration and Policy within UM’s Alexander Blewett III School of Law.
- Best Online Master’s in Public Health Programs, No. 9: Students have the option of completing this program, which includes scholarships and service activities, in two years with full-time work or part time over three and a half years.
- Best Online Master’s in Music Education Programs, No. 35: This program is known for its technology integration for students certified in K-12 teaching, as well as incorporating music with other arts disciplines.
“The pride that UM faculty have in their work is evident in this recognition,” said Maricel Lawrence, UMOnline executive director.
UM offers a variety of online master’s degrees, associate degrees, minors, certificates and more.
“We’ve seen an increasing number of transformational online learning opportunities developed in the last several years, and UM is now poised for further strategic growth,” said Robert Squires, UMOnline director. “Providing a quality UM education in flexible online formats is key to serving the needs of today’s learners.”
For a full list of UM’s online programs, visit https://umonline.umt.edu/programs.php.