Degrees and Minors

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Whether you want to pursue a degree on a full-time or part-time basis to fit your schedule, the College of Continuing and Professional Studies has interdisciplinary, applied, and professional degrees designed with you in mind. We offer many evening and online courses to help you complete your degree.

Bachelor's Degrees

Improve your skills and knowledge of the construction process from conceptual development through final construction. Choose one of five focus areas: Facility Management, Commercial Construction, Residential Construction, Environmental Health and Safety, or Highway Heavy and Civil Works.

Credits: 120, minimum of 30 for admission
Evening and online courses available

This self-designed degree offers you a way to study the many facets of the health and wellness industry in one program.

Credits: 120, including 30 for admission
Take courses from across the University

Become a leader in a growing industry with a degree that prepares you to shape and manage health care policies, services, and delivery.

Credits: 120, including 30 for admission
5.6 million health care jobs to be added 2010−20

Achieve your career goals by earning a multidisciplinary degree grounded in current IT industry practices and technologies.

Credits: 120, including 30 for admission
Evening and online courses available

The highly flexible ICP degree allows you to design a two-area, three-area, or interdisciplinary thematic program based on your unique goals.

Credits: 120, including 50 for admission
Day, evening, and online courses available

Acquire the tools to stay competitive in the global, high-tech world of manufacturing.

Credits: 120, including 30 for admission
13% of MN jobs are in manufacturing

Complete the degree you started before life got in the way. 

Credits: 120, including 50 for admission
Online, day, and evening options available

Master's Degrees

Advance your expertise in a specific area of the biological sciences by designing a program of courses tailored to your professional goals.

Credits: 30
Choose a research project or coursework only plan

The MPS in Addictions Counseling (ADDC) provides up-to-date education and training for counseling professionals looking to acquire the LADC.

Credits: 30
Your educational pathway to the LADC

Become a better thinker, communicator, and collaborator while you help shape the policies relevant to culture, creativity, and the arts.

Credits: 30
Take up to 12 credits of electives

Learn advanced managerial and communication practices to better serve your community. 

Credits: 30
Primarily online

Master the art and science of growing and maintaining ornamental plants, fruits, vegetables, and nuts to eat and use in and around our homes. 

Credits: 30
An applied degree for gardeners or scientists

The IBH is a rigorous, clinical application program that prepares students for dual licensure as LADC (Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor) and LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor).

Credits: 60
A client-centered approach to mental health

Undergraduate Minors

Supplement your University of Minnesota undergraduate program with a minor in Construction Management.

Credits: 19
Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies

Supplement your University of Minnesota undergraduate program with a minor in Facility Management.

Credits: 19
Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies

Supplement your University of Minnesota undergraduate degree with a minor in Health Services Management.

Credits: 21
Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies

Supplement your University of Minnesota undergraduate program with a minor in IT Infrastructure.

Credits: 18-19
Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies

Supplement your University of Minnesota undergraduate program with a minor in Manufacturing Operations Management.

Credits: 16
Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies

Foreign language major and minors, bilingual students, and students in technical and scientific disciplines are especially well-suited to add a translation minor to their portfolio.

Credits: 15
Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies
Courses offered in the evening

Graduate Minor

Gain a foundation in the study of addictions and treatment modalities with the Graduate Minor in Addictions.

Credits: 12
Tuition: Dependent on program major