Gain an instant professional edge with an online graduate degree or certificate in the College of Education and Human Development. Our flexible programs can help you maximize your knowledge and hone your skills in the way that works for you.
Complete a master’s degree from start to finish all online.
Family Education with Parent and Family Education License
Design, deliver, and evaluate family-focused programs for adult learners. If you’re interested in completing your license to teach in early childhood family education programs in Minnesota, you’ll have the option to complete your master’s and license at the same time or earn a standalone license.
Learn how to design and facilitate interactive and engaging learning experiences in higher education, K-12, non-profit, government, and business contexts. Job titles of alumni include: Technology Integrationist, Bloomington Public Schools; Instructional Design Manager, U.S. Bank; and Academic Technologist, University of Minnesota.
Graduate-level certificates are generally three to four courses, or 9-12 credits, and focus on topics of interest to PK-12 educators, administrators, and other professionals interested in helping individuals across the lifespan learn and grow.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
(both undergraduate and graduate-level options available)
Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
The University of Minnesota Online offers many online courses in a variety of degree programs. Online offerings are available from Crookston, Duluth, Morris, Rochester, and the Twin Cities campuses. Many programs can be completed entirely online. Others combine the benefits of online learning with other types of educational opportunities. The University’s online courses offer the same excellent quality as face-to-face courses but with greater flexibility for both scheduling and learning pace.
University of Minnesota College of Continuing and Professional Studies online credit courses.