Who said you have to leave North Hennepin to earn a four-year degree? Through our University Center, you can continue your education through a number of partnerships we have with universities through Minnesota State.
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This is the most affordable path to a Biology BS/BA in the metro area, and will allow you to pursue professional positions or graduate study in a number of fields, including: biomedical sciences, wildlife, ecology, or natural resource management. Also well-suited if you’re planning to apply to medical, dental, pharmacy, or veterinary schools.
Looking to enter the business world? This program will help you pursue a number of avenues, including finance, business management, nonprofit organization, government, and more. Some courses in this program will be offered on site at NHCC, with the majority of courses being offered online.
In any number of fields, how businesses gather, organize, and use their data is becoming more and more vital to their operations. This program will give you a wide base of knowledge in algorithms, data structures, programming languages and statistical methods.
Created to give those pursuing a career in education a hands-on, real-world experience, the SCSU co-teaching model flips the traditional student teaching model on its head by partnering with school districts committed to working one-on-one with teacher candidates from St. Cloud State.
The health and wellness field is offering more and more professional opportunities. From corporate wellness specialists to strength and conditioning coaches to personal trainers, you can pursue any of these occupations and more upon graduating from this program.
As medical science advances, so does medical laboratory technology. That’s why this program provides such great long-term opportunity for growth. Gain knowledge and hands-on expertise that includes phlebotomy, clinical chemistry, immunology, and much more.
This online degree option is designed for anyone who wants to pursue positions such as school nurses, public health nurses, nursing case managers, nursing administrators, patient educators, and home health nurses.
Through coursework and real-life teaching experiences, you will learn how to make an impact and teach students who have a range of learning, emotional, and physical disabilities. This degree will also prepare you to tackle additional coursework at the graduate level that’s required for additional licenses in the field.
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Frequently Asked Questions
If you are a new student, you should schedule an appointment with an Admissions Representative at NHCC. They will discuss enrollment steps and degree options with you. After starting your courses at NHCC, visit with your NHCC advisor about on-campus partnership programs. Remember, NHCC's university partners also have office hours in the University Center located in the Center for Business and Technology (CBT) building across from the Café.
Schedule an appointment with an advisor at NHCC. They will assess and discuss your transfer credits and help decide when the right time to transfer will be. They will also be able to connect you with an admissions representative or advisor at a partner university, located in the University Center in the Center for Business and Technology building across from the Café.
If you've already completed an associate degree at NHCC or another community college, you will want to connect with the university you plan to enroll at. You can speak with an admissions representative in the University Center, located in the Center for Business and Technology building across from the Café.
Students should discuss application and enrollment steps with their university. You can find an admissions representative in the University Center, located in the Center for Business and Technology building across from the Café.
If students are registered for an NHCC course, they will pay NHCC tuition. If students are registered for a university course, they will pay the university's tuition.
You will want to discuss financial aid options with your home institution. Your home institution is the school that you are seeking your degree from.
If a student is enrolled in one of the university partnership programs, they should be eligible for the university's scholarships. Speak with an admissions representative in the University Center, located in the Center for Business and Technology building across from the Café.
Once you are enrolled in one of the university partnership programs, you will begin using the email associated with that university.
The University Center staff are available to meet with you by phone, Zoom (video call), or email. Let us know how we can help!
Location & Contact
Center for Business and Technology 184