Whether you’re looking to advance in your field, change careers, or work toward professional certification, the University of Minnesota College of Continuing and Professional Studies (CCAPS) has a program for you.
Our graduate-level offerings, designed with working professionals like you in mind, provide the skills and training that transform careers. When you earn a degree or certificate here, you’re getting the gold standard in education.
Advance your expertise in a specific area of the biological sciences by designing a program of courses tailored to your professional goals.
The MPS in Addictions Counseling (ADDC) provides up-to-date education and training for counseling professionals looking to acquire the LADC. We offer a part-time pathway as well as an accelerated cohort.
An innovative degree that allows students to stack credentials to earn a master's degree. It provides science professionals with food systems knowledge and applied business skills that employers value.
Become a better thinker, communicator, and collaborator while you help shape the policies relevant to culture, creativity, and the arts.
Learn advanced managerial and communication practices to better serve your community.
Master the art and science of growing and maintaining ornamental plants, fruits, vegetables, and nuts to eat and use in and around our homes.
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).
An online, graduate-level certificate aimed at clinical, occupational, educational, and research-involved professionals nationally and internationally who want to broaden their knowledge of human sexuality.
Gain the business and leadership skills to boost your career in the government sector, nonprofit agencies, international organizations, corporations, and more.
Long Term Care Administration
Our graduate-level offerings are designed to help you achieve your license as a nursing home administrator or assisted living director.