UNITE Distributed Learning
Providing graduate education opportunities for engineering and science professionals through distance education since 1971.
Enroll in University of Minnesota Courses through UNITE
Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Guests of the University of Minnesota ... UNITE Distributed Learning "piggybacks" on University of Minnesota courses in the College of Science and Engineering (CSE) on the Twin Cities' East Bank campus.
For each UNITE course offering, there is an on-campus section of that course taught in one of the UNITE-enhanced classrooms. UNITE provides live streaming video from that on-campus class session as well as archived video streams and downloadable video and audio podcasts to students enrolled through UNITE in that course.
Many CSE graduate students in a coursework-only program complete all courses through UNITE. Or combine your on-campus courses with courses taken through UNITE toward your degree.
UNITE enrollment is limited to students who are located in the United States during the semester for which they are registering. Short-term travel during the semester will require instructor and UNITE approval.
Same course, same instructor, same schedule, same credits as the on-campus section.
Register for Summer 2022 courses! See UNITE's course offerings for Summer.
EE 3005 added on May 24th!
Registration for Fall 2022 courses! See UNITE's course offerings for Fall.
BMEN 5001 & 5401 added April 4th!; CSCI 5527 added April 7th! and EE 5624 and 5241 added April 19th!
ASEE CPDD Presents UNITE Director Doug Ernie
with Joseph M. Biedenbach Distinguished Service Award
The American Society of Engineering Education's Continuing Professional Development Division awarded UNITE Director Doug Ernie with the 2021 Joseph M. Biedenbach Distinguished Service Award for 2021.
The Biedenbach is the highest honor the CPDD awards to a member, recognizing noteworthy leadership and service within the division and outstanding service to the continuing professional development of engineers. It is "in honor of a man who was the driving force behind an entire era of excellence in continuing engineering education and a valuable member of this division." Read more here.