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Joint Base Anacostia Bolling
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Frequently Asked Questions
We offer programs in the most in-demand career fields. We have more than 100 academic programs, and you can choose from more than 95 bachelor's and master's degrees and certificates that are available entirely online. These include business and management, cyber security, education, healthcare and science, information technology, liberal arts, and public safety.
And you can enroll in our dual degree program and earn two master's degrees with just 18 additional credits.
You must have graduated high school or passed the GED exam and earned a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on any college-level course work. Because we value your professional experience, most of our programs do not require standardized tests like the SAT or ACT. Check our bachelor's degree admission requirements for more information.
You must submit an official transcript that indicates the completion of at least a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited, degree-granting university or college. Because we value your professional experience, most of our programs do not require standardized tests like the GRE, Graduate Management Admission Test, or Miller Analogies Test. Check graduate admission requirements for more information.
Our application fee can vary, but in general, it's $50 when you apply to a bachelor's or master's degree program and $100 for doctoral programs.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Yes. If you qualify, you can manage your payments with our interest-free, monthly payment plan. Check How to Make a Payment for more information.
No-Cost Online Class
Try out online learning at UMUC at no cost with CAPL 101: Creating Your Learning Plan. This 1-credit class may apply to your degree as an elective. Learn more: Call 800-888-UMUC (8682) or e-mail email@example.com.
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