University of Massachusetts--Amherst
Program Contact Information:
Bill McClure, Director
100 Venture Way, Suite 222
Hadley, MA 01035
Delivery Modes and Residency Requirements
Primary mode of instruction used for Online Education - Internet
Other modes of instruction - Internet
Residency Requirements for Degree-Granting Programs - Some of this institution's degree-granting programs or certificate programs have residency requirements, and some do not.
2009-2010 Program Offerings and Enrollment
Distance education courses - This institution offers 500 credit‑granting distance education courses, with a total enrollment of 13,800 students.
Degree-granting distance education programs - This institution offers 10 degree‑granting distance education courses, with a total enrollment of 8,000 students.
Degree-granting online-only programs - This institution offers 10 degree‑granting online‑only courses, with a total enrollment of 8,000 students.
Student Services and Registration
Students enrolled in E-learning courses have access to the following services at a distance -
Academic advising Library services Book Store Online library E-mail address Technology support Financial aid office/services
Students enrolled in distance education credit-granting classes can register via -
Phone Fax Virtual university or portal In-person World Wide Web
Courses and Certificates Offered
Undergraduate Credit Courses: Distance - None
Undergraduate Certificate: Distance - None
Associate's-Level Certificates: Distance - None
Bachelor's-Level Certificates: Distance - None
Bachelor's Degrees: Distance - None
Undergraduate Credit Courses: Online -
Accounting and Related Services Management Information Systems and Services Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies Marketing Biological and Biomedical Sciences Mathematics and Statistics Business Natural Resources and Conservation Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs Nursing Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services Personal and Culinary Services English Language and Literature/Letters Philosophy and Religious Studies Finance and Financial Management Services Physical Sciences Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Psychology Human Resources Management and Services Social Sciences Legal Professions and Studies Taxation Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies, and Humanities Visual and Performing Arts
Undergraduate Certificate: Online -
Business Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs English Language and Literature/Letters Legal Professions and Studies Personal and Culinary Services
Associate's-Level Certificates: Online - None
Associate's Degrees: Online - None
Bachelor's-Level Certificates: Online -
Business Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs Personal and Culinary Services
2009-2010 Undergraduate Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid
Typical undergraduate tuition charge (in-district, in-state) - $353 Per Credit
Typical undergraduate tuition charge (out-of-district, in-state) - $353 Per Credit
Typical undergraduate tuition charge (out-of-state) - $550 Per Credit
Mandatory Fees - $45 Per Program
Is financial aid available? - Yes, institutional and federal financial aid are available.