The University of Massachusetts' online education consortium delivers accredited, online programs from UMass Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, Lowell and UMass Medical School. The division which was launched in 2001, enables the University to provide wider access to its educational programs via the Internet while increasing revenues to support its campuses. UMassOnline and the Continuing Education units at the five campuses collaboratively generated tuition revenue in excess of $56.2 million and support 45,815 enrollments.
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UMassOnline's mission is to:
To this end, the UMassOnline team supports the campuses to develop, grow and market online programs by:
Currently, the University offers 93 online degree and certificate programs and 1500 courses per year. These - and the many other programs that are being developed - include undergraduate degree completion, graduate study, specialty certification, non-degree enrichment and support for the K-12 system and are in disciplines including liberal arts, education, management, nursing, engineering, criminal justice, professional programs and information technology.