Individuals who are not in degree program may take graduate courses as non-degree-seeking students. A bachelor's degree is required.
Advising is offered on an informal basis for non-degree-seeking students. Advisers are not formally assigned to students who are not enrolled in a degree program. The cost per credit will be higher compared to being in a M.Ed. program.
Registration information and a helpful FAQ may be obtained from Student Services, 612-625-6501 and online.
- Course Descriptions for Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Education (AFEE) (select Twin Cities as the Institution and Campus, and AFEE as the subject area, and click "search")
- Class Schedule
For questions regarding the admissions process, admissions documents, or general information about the program contact:
Dr. Jeremy Hernandez
Coordinator of Graduate Studies
Specific questions regarding course content should be directed to:
Dr. Brad Greiman
146J Ruttan Hall