TO:������������������ Montana Board of Regents
FROM:������������� Roger Barber, Deputy Commissioner for Academic & Student Affairs
RE:������������������ The Distance Education Report
DATE:�������������� September 21 � 23, 2005
The annual report on distance education programs in the Montana University System is attached to this memorandum.� Hopefully, the report is self-explanatory.� To assist you in reading through the report, however, the following academic programs were made available in a distance or alternative delivery mode this past year:
- Online or Internet Programs:
--a certificate in K-12 school library media, from Montana State University-Bozeman;
--the Associate of Arts degree, from Montana State University-Great Falls College of Technology;
--a certificate in forensic studies from The University of Montana-Missoula;
--the Associate of Science degree in nursing, from Miles Community College; this program is also delivered, in part, by interactive television.
- Offsite Programs:
--the Associate of Applied Science degree in aviation, from Montana State University-Great Falls College of Technology; the program is delivered in Bozeman, Montana;
--the Bachelor of Arts degree in teacher education, with an endorsement in library/media, from The University of Montana Western; the program is delivered in Missoula, Montana.
If you have any questions about this report, I�m sure my colleagues in academic affairs would be happy to assist me in answering those queries.