Liberal Arts

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    EGF, TRF, Distance

Start Your Bachelor's Degree At Northland!

Complete the first two years of your four-year degree at approximately one-third the cost. Get started by talking to a Northland Admissions Representative about connecting your educational goals to a Liberal Arts career path.

Program Course Listings

View semester order by campus: East Grand Forks | Thief River Falls | Distance Education

  MN Transfer Curriculum Electives 40
  Area of Interest Electives ( *See Elective Course Options Listed Below ) 19

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Transfer Information

Start Your Bachelor's Degree At Northland!

If you spend two years at Northland completing the 60-credit AA degree, and transfer to a Minnesota state college or university, you will have satisfied the first two years of a four-year degree program. Additionally, your two years at Northland will cost approximately one third less than if you completed them at a four-year Minnesota state college or university. The transfer option is an economical choice for many students.

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Program Learner Outcomes

Career Opportunities

Northland Career Center

Counselors are available in the Northland Career Center to assist with career advising, job search resources, employer connections, occupational descriptions, employment outlook, earnings, education/training requirements and sources.

Program Accreditation

Northland Community & Technical College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

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Program Instructors

Why Choose Northland?

Northland offers a multitude of opportunities, whether you're beginning your degree or returning to college. We're affordable, convenient, and flexible. Northland Community & Technical College – it’s more than just a great education. It’s about making a career out of what you love to do. Thinking about a new career? Think Northland! »   College Viewbook »