UND offers more than 225+ fields of study for you to discover your passion.
Courses are offered for undergraduates, graduates and online degrees. The most popular programs for study by military members include:
The University of North Dakota has been named a "Top 3 Military-Friendly Online School" by the Guide to Online Schools because of our commitment to our military community. Thousands of students choose UND's online programs for its affordable courses, convenient access and flexible schedules. In all, UND offers more than 200 different courses and nearly 50 accredited bachelor's, master's or doctoral degrees that are available fully online.
UND has partnered with the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) to offer Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) fully online degree options. These degree options allow Airmen to transfer their CCAF associate degree credits toward a bachelor's degree.
The University of North Dakota is a General Education Mobile (GEM) partner which provides general education opportunities for any active Airman or woman of the United State Air Force, Air Force Reserve, or Air National Guard pursuing an associated degree from the CCAF. Through the GEM partnership an Airman can 15 of their 64 credits hours at UND.
Prepare for careers across the spectrum of the aviation industry through one of the most comprehensive collegiate aviation programs in the world.
Supported by a fleet of more than 120 fixed-wing and rotor aircraft, as well as 40 years of flight training experience, the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota offers a liberal arts core curriculum combined with comprehensive professional aviation education.
4 Year Aviation Programs
- Air Traffic Management
- Aviation Technology Management
- Aviation Management
- Airport Management
- Commercial Aviation (Fixed-Wing and Helicopter)
- Flight Education
- Unmanned Aircraft Systems
In addition, because UND is a public university, qualified military service members can maximize their GI Bill funding options.