University of North Dakota
University of North Dakota Founded by the Dakota Territorial Assembly in 1883, six years before statehood, UND was intended to be, and has remained, a university with a strong liberal arts foundation surrounded by a variety of professional and specialized programs. UND is one of only 47 public universities in the nation with both accredited graduate schools of law and medicine. It is admired for its spacious, beautiful campus and extensive resources. The University has earned an international reputation for its academic and research programs.
UND enrolls 13,950 students (spring 2012) over 200 fields of study from baccalaureate through doctoral and professional degrees. 46% come from North Dakota; the rest represent all other states, eight Canadian provinces, and more than 50 nations.
UND Online UND Online facilitates the delivery of the University's courses, graduate certificates, and degree programs in an online or other distance format, including correspondence by mail, videoconferencing, and off-campus sites in Bismarck, ND, and other locations.
It also offers an array of non-academic credit courses for individuals seeking career or personal development, including online courses for professional certifications and continuing education opportunities for K-12 educators.
UND Online has a strong history in distance learning, offering correspondence by mail courses since 1911. Today, more than 7,000 enroll in distance courses each year.