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Continuing Education.

Academic Credit Course Options
Correspondence Courses

Correspondence courses offer a more traditional approach to distance education. Correspondence courses allow you to work at home on a self-paced schedule; they teach you to be self-disciplined, and they work very well with your busy schedule. Enjoy the benefits of studying on your own and take a correspondence course!

Correspondence Student Checklist:

  1. Select your course from the list of correspondence courses. Confirm via the course guide that the course you want to take is being offered. Please note: some of the correspondence courses are taught online through Moodle or an instructor website.
  2. Complete and submit your registration form.


What Happens Next:

  1. Confirmation of your registration will be sent to you via email.
  2. Your UMD student ID number, and information regarding tuition and fees will be sent to you via US postal service.
  3. Once you have your UMD student ID number, you should activate your UMD email account, acquire a student ID or U Card (A UCard is not required but you will need one to gain access to many University services, including the UMD Library), and prepare to pay your tuition and fees.
  4. Information on how to get started on your correspondence class will be emailed to you before classes begin.


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