Welcome to the University of Minnesota Online
Your time is valuable. An online course or degree from the University of Minnesota gives you a top-notch education on a schedule that works for you and your busy life.
Our online programs provide the same rigor and instruction as our on-campus offerings in a supportive, inclusive environment. They’re perfect for anyone and everyone: working adults, veterans, career-changers or advancers, as well as traditional degree-seekers.
Plus, you’ll pay in-state tuition for many of our programs. So connect with us today to take the next step.
Why study online at the U of M?
Online education that's a match for your aspirations.
These select programs represent just a few of the more than 100 online programs offered by the University. From Crookston to the Twin Cities, from bachelor's degrees to doctorates, from minors and certificates to licensing programs, you can explore your passions and find your focus here.
Human Sexuality Certificate
Enhance your human sexuality knowledge and earn a specialized credential.
Learning Technologies Minor
Gain mastery in the use of new online and mobile technologies to become a responsible and skilled leader in the digital sphere.
Bachelor of Manufacturing Management
Prepares you to manage all aspects of the manufacturing environment, from the ability to direct budgets, people, and machines to product quality.
Bachelor of Science in Marketing
Learn the skills and strategies to help identify customer needs and wants and study the challenges facing marketers in the global business environment.
What Do Our Students Say?
Read more of our Student Stories.
"I, like many students seeking advanced degrees, must work while attending classes, and online learning allowed me the best of both worlds."
— Dia Sanders
"I absolutely love having my education online. It allows me to have the flexibility to do my work in my own time and to explore topics that I am interested in more in-depth."
— Amber Oestreich
"It is so much more interactive than I ever expected. I never expected to have the level of engagement I've had with my professors and my TAs."
— Natalie Jackson