The University of Minnesota partners with Coursera to offer professional and personally enriching noncredit online courses taught by some of the University's most recognized faculty. From creative problem solving and cybersecurity to integrative nursing, user interface design, and sexuality and disability, U of M Coursera courses are available in a variety of areas. Schedules are flexible and learning is at your own pace, allowing you to take an individual course or choose a specialization (set of courses) to complete over time. After the successful completion of a course or specialization, you will receive a certificate from Coursera that demonstrates your mastery of the material.

Tuition varies and financial aid is available.

Courses, including those that are part of a specialization, may be taken individually. For current University of Minnesota students, faculty, and staff, free access to courses and specializations is available through the Coursera for Minnesota program. (Note: MasterTrack Certificates are not eligible for the Coursera for Minnesota program.)