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Courses in this catalog are offered through UM's School of Extended & Lifelong Learning (SELL). To assist in searching this catalog, courses have been assigned to the categories listed below in the left column. Courses may be assigned to more than one category. Courses that have already taken place are not included in this catalog.

All Courses
This is a list of all courses--credit and non-credit--currently being offered through SELL.
 
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Archaeology of Ritual, Religion and Magic
BFIN 267: Real Estate Theory and Law
BIOB 391: Brain, Mind and the Literary Imagination
C&I 555: Designing a Standards-Based Grading System
C&I 555: Introduction to Project CRISS
C&I 555: Mentoring the Beginning Teacher
C&I 555: Montana Teacher Leaders in the Arts
C&I 555: Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports for Educators: MBI
C&I 555: Project CRISS Training of Trainers
C&I 555: Restoration, Recreation and Reutilization of the Upper Clark Fork Valley
C&I 555: The Google Infused School: Implementing Tools that Promote Student Success
C&I 595: Signs & Symbols: Enhancing Science Instruction Through Literacy in the MCCS
C&I 595: STREAM Project: Common Core Mathematics: progressions, Practices and Priorities
COUN 495: Helping Skills for Educator: Mental Health Facilitation
COUN 595: Educating and Counseling Couples
COUN 595: School Counseling Strategies: From Theory to Practice
COUN 595: Supervising and Mentoring School Counseling Interns
CSD 595: Evidence Based Practices for Autism: A practical approach for in-service professionals
CULA 191: Tips for Teachers: Food Service Safety and Sanitation
ECP 102: Wilderness First Aid
ECP 122: Wilderness First Responder
ECP 191: Emergency Medical Procedures in HHP
ECP 191: Emergency Medical Technician
ECP 331: Wilderness EMT
ECP 332: Emergency Medical Technician and Incident Management
EDLD 595: Writing Across the Curriculum
EDU 491: Achieving the Common Core with Culturally Responsive Teaching
EDU 491: Adult Learning Principles and Practices for Early Childhood Trainers
EDU 491: IEFA Book Club: The Boarding School Era
EDU 491: Inclusion I: Foundation
EDU 491: Inclusion II: Strategies
EDU 491: Open Hands/Open Access Intervener Training
EDU 491: Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports for Educators: MBI
EDU 491: Training Basics: Developing Presentation and Active Learning Skills
EDU 491: Wildland Fire Science: Teaching with the FireWorks Trunk
ENIR 102: Elementary Irish II
ENIR 103: Elementary Irish III
ENIR 201: Intermediate Irish I
ENIR 202: Intermediate Irish II
ENIR 395: Brain, Mind, and the Literary Imagination
ENST 391: Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies
ENST 391: Colorado Ecosystem Field Studies
ENST 391: Montana Master Naturalist Course
ENST 395: Community & Conservation in the Northern Rockies
ENST 395: Ecological Restoration in the Northern Rockies
ENST 395: Environment and Culture of the Colorado Plateau
ENST 395: Field Studies of Climate Change in Montana
ENST 395: Public Lands Issues of the Colorado Plateau
ENST 398: Internship: Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies
ENST 398: Internship: Colorado Ecosystem Field Studies
ENST 492: Independent Research Study: Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies
ENST 492: Independent Research Study: Colorado Ecosystem Field Studies
ENST 493: Environmental Justice and Sustainable Development in Nicaragua
GEO 191: Mountains, Snow Science, Climate
GPHY 347: Geography of the Colorado Plateau
GPHY 348: Environmental Geography of the Northern Rockies
LIT 391: Brain, Mind, and the Literary Imagination
MCLG 393: The Russian Experience: Study Abroad
MIS 260: Life and Health Insurance
MIS 261: Life Insurance
MIS 262: Health Insurance
MIS 263: Property and Casualty Insurance
MIS 264: Property Insurance
MIS 265: Casualty Insurance
MIS 266: Personal Lines Insurance
MUSI 491: Orff Level I
NASX 351: Traditional Ecological Knowledge in the Northern Rockies
NASX 391: Indians of the American Southwest: Relationships with the Land
NRSM 311: Community & Conservation in the Northern Rockies
NRSM 311: Conservation Biology in the Northern Rockies
NRSM 311: Ecological Restoration in the Northern Rockies
NRSM 311: Field Studies: Restoration Ecology in Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
NRSM 321: Field Studies of Energy Systems in Montana
NRSM 595: Being a Leader in the Forest Service
PHL 391: Ethics of Climate Change
PSCI 401: Human Resources
PSCI 406: Introduction to Board Management
PTRM 345X: Sustaining Human Society & Natural Environment - Livingstone, Zambia
PTRM 355: Wilderness Medicine and Risk Management
PTRM 356: Wilderness Rescue and Survival Skills
PTRM 391: Operational Risk Management and Outdoor Leadership
SCI 395: Natural History of the Colorado Plateau
 
Credit Courses
Non-Credit Courses
Beekeeping Certificate Program
Field Courses
Nonprofit Admin Online Program & Certificate
Study Abroad Courses
Teachers and Educators