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Undergraduate Degrees, Certificates, and Minors

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Your education is worth the investment. Degrees and certificates give you access to new opportunities and unlock higher earning potential. Whether you’re looking to grow in your field, change careers, or simply gain a quality education as a foundation for all that’s to come, the University of Minnesota College of Continuing and Professional Studies (CCAPS) has a program for you. When you earn a degree or certificate here, you’re getting the gold standard in education.

Master's programs and professional education also available.

Bachelor's Degrees

Ranked as one of the top 50 best affordable bachelor's degrees in construction. Choose one of five focus areas: Commercial, Environmental Health and Safety, Facility Management, Highway Heavy and Civil Works, or Residential.

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
18% projected job growth from 2018−28

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 30 for admission
Day, evening, and online courses available

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

Credits: 120, including 30 for admission
Online, day, and evening options available

Undergraduate Certificates

Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies
Credits: 15 (60 required for admission)
Offered primarily online

Enhance your ability to compete in the marketplace with a credential that gives you the know-how to make business decisions in an effective, innovative, and ethical way.

Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies
Credits: 19 (45 required for admission)
Designed for working professionals

Gain an in-depth understanding of the design, technology, communication, and management skills required for career advancement in construction.

Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies
Credits: 18 (45 required for admission)
Offered completely online

Learn about the various aspects that need to be considered when assessing risks and managing environmental health in the workplace.

Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies
Credits: 19 (45 required for admission)
Offered completely online

​​​​​​This certificate is a multidisciplinary program with coursework that covers real-world knowledge of the complete building life cycle. 

Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies
Credits: 21 (45 required for admission)
Partially online

Improve your chances of moving into a position where you could make an immediate, valuable impact on the delivery and management of care. 

Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies
Credits: 14 (45 required for admission)
Designed for working professionals

Develop the knowledge and skills to design, implement, and maintain the IT infrastructure that organizations need to manage daily business practices.

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

Learn how to make buildings, the environment, and your organization safer with a minor in Environmental Health and Safety Management.

Credits: 18
Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies
Offered primarily online

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.

We also offer a Long Term Care Administration minor for current HSM students.

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 Long Term Care Management.

Credits: 12
Tuition: $512.30/credit (resident); nonresident tuition varies