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Credit Courses

Entrance to University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus
  • Eligibility: Need not be admitted to a U of M program
  • Types of Courses: In person and online
  • Undergraduate Tuition 2021–22: $520.50/credit (resident) | See full details
  • Graduate Tuition 2021-22: Varies, see full details.
  • Other Costs: Fees
  • Summer 2021 Term: Registration opens March 4, starts May 17

What does it mean to be a nondegree student?

Not formally admitted to a U of M degree or credit certificate program? We welcome nondegree guest students seeking to fulfill a prerequisite or requirement, or those just wanting to sample a course. Ready to get started? See details below on how to find and register for undergraduate-level and graduate-level courses.

Registering as a Guest Student

Undergraduate Courses

Are you seeking credits you may want to use toward a bachelor’s program? You’ll need undergraduate-level courses. It’s a good idea to check in with the advisor for your desired major before you register to make sure you are on the right track.

Full details on upcoming courses are at OneStop.

Please note: International students should check visa eligibility requirements prior to enrolling in a course.

Graduate Courses

Graduate tuition rates will apply for all credits taken this term. Full details at OneStop.

  • APS 6312 Finance for Non-Financial Managers (3 credits)
  • APS 6312 Data for Decision Making (3 credits)
  • APS 6314 Leading Projects and Teams (3 credits)
  • APS 6315 Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Sciences (3 credits)
  • APS 6316 Transformational Leadership in an Intercultural World (3 credits)

 

  • ACL 5201 Trends and Impacts in Arts and Cultural Leadership and Management (3 credits)
  • ACL 5221 Creative Entrepreneurship and Resource Development (3 credits)
  • ACL 5231 Ethical Dilemmas and Legal Issues for Cultural Leaders (3 credits)
  • ACL 5241 Financial Management for Arts Nonprofits, Community Organizations, and Artists (3 credits)
  • ACL 5251 Courageous Imagination in Action: Art and Culture as Forces and Resources of Change (3 credits)
  • ACL 5261 Culture, Place, and Equitable Communities: Ways of Living Together in the 21st Century (3 credits)
  • ACL 6001 A Multiplicity of Ways: Epistemologies in the 21st Century (1 credit)
  • ACL 6201 Reimagining Cultural Leadership (3 credits)

APS 6311 Facilitating Community-Driven Leadership (3 credits)

  • APS 5101 Ecological Design for Horticulture (3 credits)
  • APS 5102 Garden Design: Theory and Application (2 credits)
  • HSEX 6001 Foundations of Human Sexuality (3 credits)
  • HSEX 6011 Policy in Human Sexuality: Cutting Edge Analyses (3 credits)
  • HSEX 6012 Sexual Function and Dysfunction (3 credits)
  • HSEX 6013 Perspetives and Practices in Sexual Health Education (3 credits)
  • HSEX 6014 Introduction to Health Care for Transgender and Gender Diverse Adults (3 credits)
  • ADDS 5011 Foundations in Addiction Studies (2 credits)
  • ADDS 5021 Introduction to Evidence-Based Practices and the Helping Relationship (3 credits)
  • ADDS 5071 Foundations of Co-occurring Disorders (2 credits)
  • ADDS 5081 Multicultural Foundations of Behavioral Health (3 credits)
  • IBH 6101 Family Dynamics and Therapy (3 credits)
  • IBH 6227 Supervision Models and Methods in Integrated Behavioral Health (3 credits)
  • APS 6003 Perspectives in Integrated Applied Sciences (3 credits)
  • BIOC 6021-090 Biochemistry (3 credits)
  • MBS 6101 Scientific Literature Workshop (1 credit)