University of North Dakota

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Academics

Distinguishing Characteristics

School type Public
Terms Semester
First year of program 2000-2001

Faculty & Classes

Full-time instructional faculty that teach courses accessible online N/A
Part-time instructional faculty that teach courses accessible online N/A
Average online teaching experience N/A
Faculty have at least 1 year online teaching experience N/A
Faculty have at least 2 years online teaching experience N/A
Faculty have at least 3 years online teaching experience N/A
Full-time faculty with doctorate N/A
Part-time faculty with doctorate N/A
Full-time faculty whose highest degree is a bachelor's N/A
Part-time faculty whose highest degree is a bachelor's N/A
School finances online instructor training Yes
Continuing online instruction education required N/A
Full-time course development tech staff supporting faculty 23
Part-time course development tech staff supporting faculty 10
Average class size 22
Maximum class size N/A

Programs

Online bachelor's degree programs 10
Online courses 336
Five most popular majors
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All majors
Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
Communication, General
Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering, General
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Health Professions and Related Programs
Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
General Studies
Psychology
Psychology, General
Social Sciences
Social Sciences, General
About the online bachelor's degree program (as submitted by school)

Courses are available in subjects ranging from accounting to visual arts and are taught by UND faculty members, providing students with a quality learning experience. Students have access to a number of support services including online tutoring, library, tech support, and advising. Students receive the same tuition rate as in state residence regardless of where they live. UND is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

Integration With Campus

Can earn degree entirely online Depends
Possible in-person attendance requirements
Orientations No
Group projects/simulations Yes
Exams No
Classes include campus-based students Yes
Collaboration among online and campus-based students Neutral
Students enroll as online students Yes, but can apply to switch course enrollment to campus-based
Credits earned online equal earned on campus Yes
Faculty who teach online also teach on campus Majority
Same curricula for online and campus-based students All

Delivery

Archived classes All
Classes can be received live Majority
Live online/on-campus classes after 5 p.m. Most
Online chatrooms Yes
Web conferencing (webinars) Yes
Skype or other visual software Yes
New-student orientation Optional
Review and sign ethics statement Yes
Percentage of classes with lectures 26-50
Number of times per month faculty evaluate student participation N/A
Courses requiring students to work collaboratively with other students Minority
Class participation graded Yes
Exams Yes
Same exams are administered only once No
Exams have random question order No
Each user has unique exam login Yes
Number of settings in which in-person exams are administered Multiple geographically dispersed settings
Anti-plagiarism screening required for essay assignments Depends
Measures to instill academic integrity (as submitted by school)

UND utilizes the Blackboard Learning Management System which is used for coursework and faculty/student communication; the system requires students to enter a unique username and password. Proctored exams requiring student authentication using their unique username and password; once the student is in Blackboard (LMS) a designated proctor enters a unique password for assessing the exam The North Dakota University System requires students to abide by system wide policies on the use of computers and networks. UND’s Code of Student Life has policies on scholastic honesty and ethics.

List of Student Assessments Administered

College Student Survey (HERI) Yes
College Student Survey results publicly available Yes
National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Yes
National Survey of Student Engagement results publicly available Yes
Other assessment Yes
Description of other assessment *survey administered to random samples, not just OBD students

Graduation & Retention

Credits needed to graduate 125
Credits that must be earned through school 30
One-year retention rates N/A
Limited time to complete degree No
Target time to earn final 25% of credits No target length
Maximum time to earn final 25% of credits N/A
Graduation rates N/A

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