Top Schools for 2018: 2-Year College Rankings
Inver Hills is ranked #8 for Minnesota Online Colleges & Universities: Top Schools for 2018: 2-Year Best College Rankings by Affordable Colleges Online, which provides free, in-depth resources, including comprehensive guidebooks, student interviews, user-friendly search tools, federal datasets, college rankings, and other materials created and vetted by experts in education.
Minnesota is home to not just many lakes, but colleges and universities as well. With so many schools to choose from, finding the right one can be an intimidating task. And with the increase in number of colleges offering online courses and degree programs, prospective college students may be further confused as to how to choose the best school. That’s where this guide comes in. It explains the state of online post-secondary education in Minnesota, how to most effectively pay for an online college degree and tips on choosing the best one.
2018’s Most Affordable: The Best Online Colleges in Minnesota
Choosing among the best accredited online colleges in Minnesota can be made easier based on the following ranking. But because one student’s definition of what’s “best” may be different from another student, the list considers a variety of other academic metrics, such as cost, financial aid, student-teacher ratios and more. The primary focus of the list below is naming the best affordable online colleges in Minnesota.
Online Learning at Inver Hills
- Associate of Arts (A.A.)
- Contemporary Business (A.S.)
- Contemporary Business Practice (A.A.S.)
- International Business (A.S.)
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- Customer Service (12 credits)
- eMarketing (15 credits)
- Human Resource Management (18 credits)
- Marketing and Sales (15 credits)
- Project Management (11 credits)
- Small Business Development (15-16 credits)
- Supervision (12 credits)
- Criminal Justice: Pre-CCJLE (28–29 credits)
- Child Care Teacher – 60 credits
Inver Hills offers nearly 80 online classes during fall and spring semesters. The college offers about half that number during summer session.
You can take online classes via Desire to Learn (D2L), a Web-based learning management system. Using D2L, you can access class materials, engage in discussions with your fellow students, take quizzes and turn in your assignments—all working online anytime from anywhere.
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