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Online Learning

All courses in the Institute of Child Developmentā€™s (ICD) M.A. in applied child and adolescent development are available online.

We use a variety of academic technologies supported through the U of M to ensure that each student has an engaging online experience.

Technical Requirements

To be successful in our program, you will need a computer, a high-speed internet connection, an updated version of a web browser, and access to tools and software like word processors and email.

Technology Help

The U of M provides computer and device support. Assistance is available by phone, email or online. The U of M also offers information about distance learning, online tutorials and workshops, and free training courseware for MS Office products. To learn more, visit U of M Online.

Online Learning Tips

Successful online students tend to be independent, motivated and organized. U of M Online has compiled a list of resources about online learning, including:


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Why choose the University of Minnesota?

Founded in 1925, the University of Minnesota Institute of Child Development is a premier center of scholarship, teaching and research. Study with award-winning faculty and be a part of a community devoted to understanding and supporting how children learn and grow.