UMC Majors, Minors, and Certificate Options

The University of Minnesota, Crookston offers academic programs in four departments: Agriculture and Natural Resources; Liberal Arts & Education; Business; and Math, Science & Technology. Management components and technology applications are incorporated into nearly every major coursework, so you graduate with more than just a degree in your field of study. Characteristics of the U of M, Crookston’s Programs of Study >>>

All programs are Bachelor of Science (BS) unless otherwise noted.

Academic Departments Admissions Navigation Arrow

UMC professor and small class of students in a typical classroom

Agriculture & Natural Resources Department

Business Department

Liberal Arts & Education Department

Math, Science & Technology Department

Online Programs

Majors (on-campus) Admissions Navigation Arrow

Accounting

Agricultural Business

Agricultural Systems Management
   Bio-fuels and Renewable Energy Technology
   Farm and Ranch Management
   Power and Machinery
   Precision Agriculture

Agronomy
   Agronomic Science
   Crop Production

Animal Science
   Animal Science
   Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Applied Studies
   Self-Designed Program
   Respiratory Care

Aviation +
   Agricultural Aviation
   Law Enforcement Aviation
   Natural Resources Aviation

Biology

Business Management (see "Management")

Communication
   Communication Studies
   Organizational Communication/Public Relations
   Writing

Criminal Justice
   Corrections
   Law Enforcement

Early Childhood Education
   Primary Education
   Program Management

Elementary Education

English

Entrepreneurship

Environmental Sciences
   Agricultural Environmental Stewardship
   Environmental Ecology
   Environmental Health
   Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry
   Individualized Environmental Sciences
   Water Quality

Equine Science
   Equine Science
   Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Exercise Science & Wellness

Finance

Golf and Turf Management

Health Management

Health Sciences

Horticulture
   Environmental Landscaping
   Production Horticulture

Information Technology Management

International Business

Management

Manufacturing Management (BMM)

Marketing

Medical Laboratory Science +

Natural Resources
   Ecological Restoration
   Natural Resources Aviation
   Natural Resources Law Enforcement
   Natural Resources Management
   Park Management
   Water Resource Management
   Wildlife Management

Quality Management (BMM)

Software Engineering

Sport and Recreation Management
 

 

Minors (on-campus) Admissions Navigation Arrow

Accounting
Agricultural Business
Agricultural Systems Management
Agronomy
Animal Science
Biology
Chemistry
Coaching
Communication
Criminal Justice
English
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Sciences
Equine Science
Finance
Horticulture
Humanities
Information Technology Management
International Business
Management
Marketing
Music

 

Online Majors Admissions Navigation Arrow

Accounting
Applied Health (BAH)
Applied Studies
Communication
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Health Management
Information Technology Management 
International Business
Management
Manufacturing Management (BMM)
Marketing
Quality Management (BMM)
Sport & Recreation Management

 

Online Minors Admissions Navigation Arrow

Accounting
Communication
Entrepreneurship
Finance 
International Business
Management
Marketing

 

Certificates Admissions Navigation Arrow

Certificate in Finance

Certificate of Health Informatics -
Privacy & Security for Health Care Providers
(online only)

Certificate of Health Informatics -
for Software Engineers & IT Professionals
(online only)

Certificate in Taxation

Manufacturing Management Certificate

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification

 

Additional Program Options Admissions Navigation Arrow

Air Force ROTC +
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Pathway to Nursing++ (information coming soon)

 

* All programs are Bachelor of Science (BS) unless otherwise noted
+ Collaborative program with another institution
++ Collaborative program with University of Minnesota School of Nursing

 

Accreditation Admissions Navigation Arrow

Accreditation is a process of reviewing the quality of higher education institutions. UMC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It uses the Academic Quality Improvement Program (AQIP) process for accreditation.

AQIP - Academic Quality Improvement Program
This program utilizes a continuous improvement process and provides an alternative process through which an already-accredited institution can maintain its accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission. With AQIP, an institution has continuous quality improvement activities and accreditation becomes a continuous process.

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools - Higher Learning Commission
The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) is an independent corporation and one of two commission members of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA), which is one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States. The Higher Learning Commission accredits degree-granting post-secondary educational institutions in the North Central region.