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Looking for community college courses in Minnesota? The Normandale course catalog includes more than 600 academic courses and continuing education programs. Find your passion and fulfill your educational goals at Normandale. 

Begin your coursework. Complete your degree. Prepare to transfer. Upskill or start a new career path. Take customized training with your organization. It’s all possible for you!  


Taking classes at Normandale is convenient and makes earning a degree or certificate easier than ever. You can choose among several learning formats: 

  • Classroom learning on specific days and at specific times
  • Hybrid learning that combines scheduled classroom and online learning
  • Synchronous online learning when students learn on specific days and at specific times 
  • Asynchronous online learning in which students work on their own with guided instruction 

When you look at the Normandale course schedule, you’ll see that some courses are only offered in person, such as science labs, while others are offered only online, such as computer technology. Learn in a way that works best for your life. 

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Normandale Course Catalog

Find your path within our catalog containing details about all of our high-quality course offerings.

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Learn important academic dates and how to register for classes.

Degree Requirements

Not sure what course you need to take? Look up your interested field of study and learn more about requirements and courses you need to take.

Find Your Program

Transferring Credits

Find out how the courses and exams you've already taken will transfer to Normandale.

Transferring Out

Start at Normandale and transfer anywhere! We're the top transfer institution for many local universities and colleges.

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Continuing Education

Looking to improve your professional skills or explore a personal interest? Check out continuing education for non-degree seekers.

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