Use the process below to register for a public health course for graduate credit if you meet both of the following conditions:
- You are not enrolled currently in a University of Minnesota degree or certificate program.
- You want to receive graduate credit.
Choose a course
View the Class Schedule on the One Stop website. Select the term, e.g. fall 2009, and “public health” as the subject. Each course will list details regarding time, location, dates, and instructor. One Stop Class Schedule
View the pre-requisites
Some courses may list pre-requisites. Be sure that you meet them. If you are not sure, contact the instructor to ensure that it is a suitable match.
Get a permission number
As a non degree-seeking/non-admitted student, you will need a permission number to enroll in a course. The Class Schedule may list a specific person to contact for a permission number. If it does not, click on the instructor’s name and you will be provided with his/her contact information.
Complete the registration form
Parts one, two, and four must be completed by the student. All of the information requested on part 2 of the form is available from the Class Schedule with the exception of the permission number. You must provide this information before submitting the form.
- Course Subject, number, and section, e.g. PubH, 6020, 003
- Five-digit class number (shown directly to the left of each section in maroon letters)
- Grading Basis – courses may be taken for a letter grade (A-F) or pass/fail (S/N). Note that if you plan to transfer the course in to a graduate program, it is advisable to take the course for a letter grade. If the Class Schedule says “A-F” only or S/N only, it means the course may only be taken for a letter grade or only pass/fail.
Submit form to School of Public Health
Mail, fax, email or drop off the form to the School of Public Health Office of Admissions and Student Resources. Our staff will complete and sign section three and forward the form to One Stop Student Services where they will register you.
You will receive a confirmation via the e-mail address provided on the registration form. The confirmation e-mail will also include important information regarding your time at the University. Read it carefully. A detailed class list will be mailed to you via snail-mail
The School of Public Health offers several 1000 and 3000 level courses to undergraduate students. Students interested in exploring public health issues and topics of interest should refer to the class schedule at One Stop.
Class schedules are published each semester and some require permission of instructor and/or prerequisites before enrolling in a course. A sample list of undergraduate courses is below:
- PubH 1003 Alcohol and College Life
- PubH 1005 Sleeps, Eats, and Exercises
- PubH 3001 Personal and Community Health
- PubH 3003 Fundamentals of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- PubH 3004 Basic Concepts in Personal and Community Health
- PubH 3005 Fundamentals of Alcohol and Drug Abuse for Teacher Education
- PubH 3010 Public Health Approaches to HIV/AIDS
- PubH 3040 Dying and Death in Contemporary Society: Implications for Intervention
- PubH 3050 Practicum in Peer Education I
- PubH 3052 Practicum in Peer Education II
- PubH 3093 Directed Study: Public Health
- PubH 3106 Making Sense of Health Studies
- PubH 3102 Issues in Environmental and Occupational Health
- PubH 3104 Environmental Health Effects: Introduction to Toxicology
- PubH 3202 What is Public Health?
- PubH 3300 Topics: Clinical Research
- PubH 3315 Clinical Research from Lab to Bedside to Populations
- PubH 3390 Topics: People, Places and Diseases: Introduction to Epidemiology
- PubH 3639 Prevention: Theory, Practice, and Application in Public Health Services
- PubH 3801 Health Economics and Policy
- PubH 3810 Math Review for Public Health I
- PubH 3905 Human Nutrition and Health
Courses taken for undergraduate credit are not transferable to a graduate-level program.
Please note that online courses will not accept late registration if you have not recently enrolled at the UMN.
None of the following online courses accept late registration of any kind:
- PubH 6020 Fundamentals of Social and Behavioral Science
- PubH 6102 Issues in Environmental and Occupational Health
- PubH 6320 Fundamentals of Epidemiology
- PubH 6414 Biostatistical Methods I
- PubH 6741 Ethics in Public Health: Professional Practice and Policy
- PubH 6742 Ethics in Public Health: Research and Policy
- PubH 6751 Management in Health Services Organizations