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Lifelong learning isn’t just a good idea. Nowadays, it’s a necessity. The University of Minnesota offers on-site training, industry seminars, certifications and many other opportunities to give you and your colleagues the competitive advantage.

Training resources

The College of Continuing Education, which for 100 years has opened doors for adults to continue their education, is committed to helping organizations compete in a global economy with a spectrum of educational options that help employees reach their full potential.

The Digital Campus is your gateway to convenient, online learning in the form of degrees, courses and professional development opportunities. The digital campus brings together web-only training and classroom-based, non-credit classes offered throughout the state.

Established in 1919 and based in the Twin Cities, the Carlson School of Management is a recognized leader in business education and research. Its focus on experiential learning, international education, and maintaining strong ties to the business community exemplify the school’s commitment to excellence.

Bridging the gap between business strategy and engineering, the University of Minnesota's Technological Leadership Institute assembles industry executives, senior faculty and programs from the College of Science & Engineering, and eight other colleges to provide graduate and corporate programs for working professional.

Need other training solutions? Contact us and we’ll assist you in finding the right resources.

Lifelong learning

Explore continuing education opportunities at all five campuses:

Events calendar

Find seminars, workshops and other events at the University of Minnesota: