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Mizzou Online operations guide
View this operations guide which defines distance students at the University of Missouri and explains the revenue share for distance courses.
Course and program development
Whether you are interested in developing an online course or a full degree program, Mizzou Online is ready to assist you. Please refer to this processes and timelines guide for developing new online programs at MU.
Learn more about self-paced and semester-based course formats and how your academic unit can partner with us to deliver outstanding distance education to online learners.
Online teaching and course development awards
Quality in online course design and instruction are essential to grow and sustain enrollment in established and developing distance education programs. To support goals related to both enrollment growth and professional development for faculty, Mizzou Online offers faculty scholarships and awards to those teaching online classes.
New online program initiative
MU invested more than $3 million in new distance programs since spring 2013. A request for proposal (RFP) process with of MU's schools and colleges has resulted in more than 25 new online offerings being made available to distance students.
Funding is now available for MU academic units to move additional programs online. Learn more about the RFP process.
Campus-to-online program conversion
Provost approval is required to discontinue a campus program in favor of an online-only program. Program conversion proposals will be reviewed by the MU Distance Education Advisory Board. The Board will make recommendations to the Provost regarding proposals.
Academic units seeking to convert a campus program to online-only must submit a completed Program Conversion Proposal. Proposals should be emailed to Dr. Kim Siegenthaler, Mizzou Online director, email@example.com.