Enroll Anytime Online Courses and Degree Programs
Take affordable online college courses at your own pace.
UND's Self-Paced Enroll Anytime courses allow you to work at your own pace while maintaining the same workload as a traditional semester course.
- Enroll any day of the year.
- Take up to 9 months to complete the course.
- Work through the course material your pace. Fit your studies around your schedule, allowing you to balance work, family, and other commitments.
- For most courses, you may submit up to three items per week for grading unless the instructor specifies otherwise.
- Pay the in-state North Dakota online course tuition rate, regardless of your residency.
100% Online Courses
Courses are 100% online through our Learning Management System, Blackboard. Most courses follow the same format and include:
- Lesson objectives
- To-do lists
- Instructor videos (introductions to the lessons and/or lectures)
- Supplemental items
Some courses have proctored exams, which require additional preparation and planning. Check the course webpage or the syllabus to see if your course has exams, and what proctoring method is used. The Self-Paced Enroll Anytime exam page has information about the proctoring methods and requirements. Please review the exam requirements before registering for the course.
Online Degree Options
UND has three degree programs available through the self-paced enroll anytime format. This option allows you to enroll anytime and take classes at your own pace while working towards a bachelor's degree.
- Bachelor of Arts with a major in Communication
- Bachelor of Arts with a major in Social Science
- Bachelor of General Studies
Non-Degree Student Options
If you're not seeking a degree at UND and just want to take a class or two, you may
take self-paced enroll anytime courses as a non-degree-seeking student. As a non-degree-seeking
student, you can complete up to 24 undergraduate credits or up to nine graduate credits
before you must be fully admitted to UND.
Unless you are already a UND student or have been in the past, you will be admitted as a non-degree student when you register for an enroll anytime course.
High School Students
High school students can get an early start on a college degree! As a high school student, you may enroll in the lower-division courses (i.e., 100 and 200 level).
You may be able to simultaneously obtain both upper-level high school course credits and college course credits, if approved by your high school. Contact your school guidance counselor or principal to determine if this is an option for you.
Accredited Online University
The University of North Dakota is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Credits from universities that are nationally accredited by the HLC, such as self-paced enroll anytime courses from UND, will generally transfer to other accredited institutions.