The world-class educational opportunities available from the University of Minnesota are available anywhere in the world. Online courses provide the same high-quality education as on-campus courses, with experienced instructors and engaging curriculum. Degrees earned online carry the same weight and reputation as any other University of Minnesota degree.
Undergraduate degrees offered online at the University are in fast-growing fields, such as health and information technology. The University also offers graduate degrees in equally dynamic fields like engineering and nursing. Students enrolled in online degree programs have access to student support and advising. In addition, the University has developed specialized resources to assist online students through the Digital Campus.
Course work for these programs is delivered 100% online. Students do not attend any sessions on-campus.
Information Technology Management
Manufacturing Management - Quality Management
Computer Science, Master
Computer Science, Master of Science
Electrical Engineering, Master
Maternal and Child Health, Master of Public Health
Parent and Family Education (Licensure)
Doctor of Nursing Practice with specialities in
Adult Health / Women's Health
Health Innovation and Leadership
Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Specialist
Public Health Nursing
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
Health Informatics Privacy & Security for Health Care Providers
Health Informatics for Software Engineers and IT Professionals
Manufacturing Operations Management
Public Health Certificate in Performance Improvement
Public Health Core Concepts
The majority of the course work for these programs is delivered online. Students are required to come to campus or a community site for a limited number of sessions.
Information about the University of Minnesota student complaint resolution process.
Many of the Digital Campus’ offerings have been approved for funding under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), a federal program designed to assist underemployed or unemployed citizens with tuition and fees.
Mon - Fri, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
The University of Minnesota has developed a self-assessment tool to help you determine if online learning is a fit for you.
The experience of online education has been great. I recommend it to those who want to start or continue higher education.
-Scott Rosenquist, Manufacturing Management