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Northwest Missouri State University

A photograph of the Northwest Missouri State University campus

Originally established in 1905, Northwest Missouri State University is a state-assisted, four-year regional university that also offers graduate degree programs. Northwest offers 135 undergraduate programs and 36 graduate programs. The Business, Education, Geography and Agriculture departments graduate the largest number of students each year

Northwest currently has around 7,000 students. This size of campus offers great opportunities for students to succeed socially as well as academically. With a student to teacher ratio of 21 to 1, you never feel like a number and receive personalized attention from faculty.

Our Mission
Northwest Missouri State University focuses on student success - every student, every day.

Northwest Missouri State University offers the American Museum of Natural History's Seminars on Science courses for graduate credit. During the first week of the six-week, online course, students register for Northwest credit. They must have a bachelor's degree to be eligible.

Northwest Missouri State University

MARYVILLE, KANSAS CITY, AND ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI

Additional cost $375
3 graduate credits

Registration Instructions

To receive Northwest graduate credit, you must register within the first week of your Seminars on Science course. You will be billed for this course after the 25th of each month. AMNH Summer grades are available by mid-September, AMNH Fall grades available mid-January, and AMNH Spring grades are available by early June.

Transcripts will not automatically be sent at the conclusion of the course. They must be requested through NMSU. You can request a transcript here.

MATRICULATED STUDENTS

Please register and pay for the course at the AMNH website.
Print the Northwest Enrollment and Registration Information forms (below)

HOW TO REGISTER

  1. Fill out the form completely
  2. Check the correct trimester
  3. Check Professional Development credit
  4. Check the graduate course work
  5. Sign the bottom of the form
  6. Send completed form to profdev@nwmissouri.edu

COURSE COSTS

AMNH course cost: $549
Northwest course cost: $375
(3 graduate credits, $125 each)

Total cost: $924

REFUND POLICY

Students who withdraw from the course prior to course start date will receive a full refund of NMSU tuition.

Students who withdraw after the start of the course will not receive a refund of NMSU tuition.

NON-MATRICULATED STUDENTS

Please register and pay for the course at the AMNH website.
Print the Northwest Enrollment and Registration Information forms (below)

HOW TO REGISTER

  1. Fill out the form completely
  2. Check the correct trimester
  3. Check Professional Development credit
  4. Check the graduate course work
  5. Sign the bottom of the form
  6. Send completed form to profdev@nwmissouri.edu

COURSE COSTS

AMNH course cost: $549
Northwest course cost: $375
(3 graduate credits, $125 each)

Total cost: $924

REFUND POLICY

Students who withdraw from the course prior to course start date will receive a full refund of NMSU tuition.

Students who withdraw after the start of the course will not receive a refund of NMSU tuition.

Course Listing

Northwest Missouri State University Courses

SCIENCE
COURSE NAME
COURSE ID

Earth Science

61-554 81

Life Science

61-554 84

Earth Science

61-554 83

Life Science

61-554 86

Life Science

61-554 85

Earth Science

61-554 87

Life Science

61-554 88

Physical Science

61-554 89

Physical Science

61-554 90

Earth Science

61-554 92

Northwest Missouri State University

MARYVILLE, KANSAS CITY, AND ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI

Additional cost $375
3 graduate credits

CONTACT INFO

Northwest Missouri State University

1-816-272-4621

A photograph of the Northwest Missouri State University campus

Originally established in 1905, Northwest Missouri State University is a state-assisted, four-year regional university that also offers graduate degree programs. Northwest offers 135 undergraduate programs and 36 graduate programs. The Business, Education, Geography and Agriculture departments graduate the largest number of students each year

Northwest currently has around 7,000 students. This size of campus offers great opportunities for students to succeed socially as well as academically. With a student to teacher ratio of 21 to 1, you never feel like a number and receive personalized attention from faculty.

Our Mission
Northwest Missouri State University focuses on student success - every student, every day.

Northwest Missouri State University offers the American Museum of Natural History's Seminars on Science courses for graduate credit. During the first week of the six-week, online course, students register for Northwest credit. They must have a bachelor's degree to be eligible.