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Online Master Beekeeping Program at the University of Montana

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  • Online Master Beekeeping Program at the University of Montana

    Launched in 2012, the University of Montana's Online Beekeeping program consists of three university-level courses, offered at the apprentice, journeyman and master levels. It culminates in a certificate designating the participant as a "Master Beekeeper." The program is endorsed by the Montana State Beekeepers Association, The American Honey Producers Association, and Project Apis m. Our courses are taught by UM faculty members and owners of Bee Alert Technology, Dr. Jerry Bromenshenk, Scott Debnam & Phillip Welch, widely regarded as one of the nation's premier honey bee research teams. To date, this program has reached students in every state of the US, province of Canada, and 15 other countries. To our knowledge, it is one of only a few University-affiliated programs that have an option for obtaining University level, academic credit.
    Last edited by Jerry Bromenshenk; 08-09-2019, 07:41 AM.
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