That depends. Courses are taught online in 4, 8, or 16 week formats depending upon the course offerings and semester in which you take the course. The course will include the same amount of material that would be covered in a regular semester course. Not all courses are condensed; it just depends on which course you choose to take.
Along with meeting all degree requirements, you must also have the dedication and interest to participate in learning in an online environment. Succeeding in our program will require great time management and organizational skills.
Tuition for courses offered online is the same as tuition for courses offered on campus. There is no out-of-state fee for a student seeking a degree online.
You can view tuition and fee information at ULM’s Office of the Controller website: http://www.ulm.edu/controller/. Fee schedules for each semester (Fall, Spring, Summer I, and Summer II) are available as a PDF download.
Financial aid comes in the form of grants or loans. Additionally, many businesses provide tuition reimbursement programs- check with your Human Resources Department to find out more about these opportunities. You can learn more about financial aid offered at ULM by visiting: www.ulm.edu/financialaid/ or by contacting the Financial Aid Department at email@example.com or 318-342-3539.
The first step in applying for financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The FAFSA and all other application documents must be completed to determine eligibility. It is important that you complete the application process as early as possible.
Yes, ULM accepts credits from other accredited colleges and universities. Some credits may be transferable and will count towards your degree.
This form is required for ALL students enrolled at ULM. As a student of the University it is required for you as well. You will note in the instructions for completing the form that you may complete the exemption portion of the form. Completion of this form is a requirement for your admission. Click to find out more information about ULM’s Immunization Policy. To get the Immunization Authorization Form click here.
ULM is excited to offer a number of Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) options. You may choose to test out of a particular course by taking a nationally standardized exam such as CLEP or DSST. Specific courses also offer challenge or skills exams as an option to taking the course. Portfolio assessments may also be an option for you.
The answer to this question depends on a few factors. Whether or not you will be required to take a placement exam test will determined upon review of your previous educational history.
There are some courses offered online that are open to all students enrolled at ULM, but others are reserved for those students who are seeking their degree solely online. This is to ensure that all students seeking a degree offered online are able to take the courses that they need to complete their degree program.