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Inver Hills offers you several different options to reach your higher education goals. No matter which option you choose, our faculty and staff will make sure you are headed in the right direction.
Inver Hills provides nearly 40 degree options via the Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) and Associate of Fine Arts (A.F.A.). You can complete your freshman and sophomore obligations at Inver Hills and transfer to a four-year school as a junior to pursue your bachelor’s degree. You'll save money and work directly with Ph.D. instructors on a welcoming, university-style campus.
Whether you're transferring to Inver Hills to follow your career dreams or planning to earn a two-year degree on your way to your bachelor’s, we make the process as seamless as possible.
You are a non-degree seeking student if you are planning on taking courses at Inver Hills, but not planning on completing a degree or certification. Whether you are taking a couple of classes to further your knowledge and experience, or planning to take classes to transfer back to your current college or university, we have course options for you. Visit Non-Degree seeking students to learn more.
If you are looking to develop in-demand skills in specific career areas, earning a certificate or certificates is an excellent option. Inver Hills offers a wide range of certificates that will increase your employability or take continuing education classes.
Visit Certificates to learn more.
Inver Hills offers ASAP, or Adult Success through Accelerated Programs, for working adults who need a flexible, streamlined higher education pathway. ASAP gives you the opportunity to earn a college degree at an accelerated, independent pace while getting college credit for the knowledge and skills you've gained through your work and life experiences.
Visit Adult Learners to learn more.
Inver Hills is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. If you are admitted and in good academic standing at another system college or university, you may register for courses at Inver Hills as a visiting student.
Visit Visiting MnSCU Students to learn more.
The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) program allows qualified 10th, 11th, and 12th grade high school students to take college level courses at Inver Hills. The courses that you complete at Inver Hills can earn transferable college credits as well as apply to high school graduation requirements. The PSEO program covers the cost of tuition, fees, and required textbooks and materials for college level courses taken for high school credit.
To learn more, visit PSEO.
As an international student with an F-1 visa wishing to enroll at Inver Hills, you should complete the Inver Hills International Student Application and Guide.
Since 1982, Inver Hills has worked to promote strong relationships with our veterans, service members and their families. The college provides a comprehensive, veteran-specific array of support services, scholarships, networking avenues and employment opportunities in collaboration with area communities and agencies.
To learn more, visit Veteran Services.
You can earn your bachelor’s or master’s at Inver Hills through our college’s partnerships with four-year schools, including Concordia University, St. Paul, Metropolitan State University, The College of St. Scholastica and Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Visit Advanced Degrees to learn more.