The University of Minnesota, like other American research universities, offers essentially any degree available at any other college or university in the United States. In addition to traditional undergraduate education, the University of Minnesota offers medical, law and other professional degrees, as well as doctorates and master's degrees.
In total, the University of Minnesota offers 143 undergraduate degree programs and 150 graduate degree programs. Research universities like the University of Minnesota offer undergraduate instruction in the traditional arts and sciences, in subjects like history, literature, physics and chemistry. It also offers undergraduate degrees in applied sciences, such as engineering and finance. It offers both master's and doctoral programs in these subjects. Nineteen of the University's graduate programs have been ranked in the top-20 by the U.S. National Research Council, and the law school is also consistently ranked in the top-20.
Examples of degrees offered include bachelor's degrees in actuarial science and a bachelor of fine arts in graphic design. Master's degrees include a master's of education in adult education, a master's of science and civil engineering and a master's of fine arts in theater arts. The University of Minnesota's doctoral programs include Ph.D.s in art history and oral biology, as well as an educational doctor in organizational leadership, policy and development.