You’re home for the summer, changed your major, want to retake a course, or finish
one in six weeks?
Continue your education this summer at the University of Central Missouri. Save time and money while you accelerate your college education. You can complete a 16-week course in as few as six weeks. The faster you finish your degree program; the sooner you will begin your career.
UCM is ready to help you make the most of your summer. Use the Web to learn more about UCM's summer session dates, summer enrollment, and enrollment timeline. You can browse for courses by academic department or session dates.
UCM's primary focus is to offer industry demand-driven proPgramming for middle to high school students in full-day and half-day sessions. Our summer camps are taught by university faculty members and introduce students to the fields of science, math, technology, and teaching to broaden students’ interest and expose them to future career opportunities. Summer camps for 2018 begin in July!
The Kodály Summer Institute at UCM has been training public and parochial, K-8 music educators teaching in Missouri and surrounding states since 1997. Educators receive teacher training, under the direction of world- renown instructors in the Kodály approach to music education, where learning how to instill the love of music in every student and enabling every learner to become musically literate is paramount. Age- appropriate teaching methods and materials, the use of musical tools and activities that enhance the learner's ability to grasp concepts, and flexibility and creativity in the teaching/learning process will be used.
To teach a child an instrument without first giving him preparatory training and without developing singing, reading and dictating to the highest level along with the playing is to build upon sand. ~ Zoltan Kodály
The English Language Institute (ELI) offers academic and cultural programming for students at the University of Central Missouri. It is our goal to provide English language learners the skills they need to be successful in the university, their careers, or in specialized language programs.