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UCM Blackboard – The University of Central Missouri  is a four-year public institution that’s located in Warrensburg, Missouri, United States. There are almost 13,000 students from 49 states and 59 countries study in this university. The university offers 150 programs of study consist of 10 pre-professional programs, 27 areas of teacher certification and 37 graduate programs. It provides a chance for students to study abroad in around 60 different countries in the world by joining the International Center. The president of this university is Charles M. Ambrose and the motto it brings is Education for Service.

About UCM Blackboard

The ucm blackboard was founded in 1871 with the name Normal School No.2 that later it was known as Warrensburg Teachers College. In 1919, the name was changed into Central Missouri State Teachers College, in 1945 changed into Central Missouri State College and in 1972 changed into Central Missouri State University. In 2006, the university changed its name into the University of Central Missouri that offers 150 majors and minors, 32 professional accreditations and 37 graduate programs. This university also offers off-campus locations located in Lee’s Summit, Missouri as well as many online courses and programs.

The academics offered by ucm blackboard are College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences courses. Those three courses develop critical-thinking, writing as well as speaking skills. Then, the departments offered include School of Visual and Performing Arts (music, theater and dance, and art and design); Government, International Studies and Languages (political science); English and Philosophy; History and Anthropology; and Communication and Sociology.

UCM Blackboard Offers a Four-Year Education

There are also Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies (School of Business Administration and School of Professional Studies,) College of Education (Career and Technology Education, Educational Leadership and Human Development, Educational Foundations and Literacy, and Elementary and Early Childhood Education), College of Health, Science, and Technology, and the Honors College.