The mission of Continuing Education is to innovate and create opportunities for continuous learning through the resources of the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Continuing Education (CE) offers a wide range of courses. Most are taught traditionally during the evening in campus classrooms, but some courses are also available at off-campus locations using interactive television. Other courses are offered in a self-paced, Individualized Instruction format and are either supported by materials on reserve in the UMD library, or are available online. The Individualized Instruction courses provide maximum flexibility because there are no regularly scheduled classes--work is done independently.
CE functions as a "bridge" to UMD for the nontraditional student with higher education needs. We provide you with opportunities to take advantage of certificate and selected degree programs, professional development, and a wide range of activities and services.
Continuing Education is committed to making higher education at UMD available, accessible, and convenient for nontraditional students. To achieve this commitment, we extend a full complement of student services for you. These services include face-to-face, telephone and fax registration; two counselors who specialize in off-campus, nontraditional and adult student needs and a series of course schedules and publications that describe the wide range of programs UMD has available for you through Continuing Education
UMD is a tremendous resource for the people living in northeast Minnesota. Let us help you take advantage of our "Great University on a Great Lake."