New Program Offerings
Announcing several new program options to help you get on track for a successful future. Whether your dreams include a job in cyber security, accounting or you want to advance your career in the exciting world of architectural technology, we have a new the program to meet your needs. Get the skills required for the job you want at Minneapolis College.
Bicycle Assembly and Repair Technician
The Minneapolis College Bicycle Assembly and Repair Technician Certificate will prepare students for immediate employment in technical positions in the bicycle industry with the skills required to assemble all types and brands of new bicycles for delivery to retail stores at a level of skill that ensured rider safety and the bicycle’s effective performance after sale.
You will learn how to maintain and repair work on all types, brands, and ages of bicycles. Students will also learn the daily and seasonal operations of service departments and how to implement and manage a repair queue, anticipate material, and labor needs for the shop.
Minneapolis College's .NET Developer Diploma will empower you to systematically analyze problems and create software solutions using the latest .NET development software for business, organizational, and personal requirements. This fast-paced program uses state-of-the-art .NET development software and prepares you for success through hands-on training in .NET development, and database applications. .NET development is a prominent application in the well-established application development market.
Associate of Science Degree
The Environmental Science AS degree offers students the opportunity to complete an Associate of Science degree with course credits intended to transfer to the designated bachelor's degree programs. Students will receive a broad training in foundational life science courses as well as course work in physical, analytical, and social sciences. Students will relate these principles and the results of hypothesis driven field and laboratory experiments to the natural environment. After completing the degree, students will be prepared to enter the workforce at a technician level or transfer to earn a BS and seek employment as a scientist, resource manager, or educator.