University of Minnesota, twin cities
The University of Minnesota is a large university with campuses in Duluth, Rochester, Morris, Crookston and the twin cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul. The UM has an annual enrollment of more than 46,000 students, which includes undergraduate and graduate students as well as more than 15 colleges. There is also a continuing education and professional studies department that offers courses, seminars and workshops to not just college students but also adult learners. UM has academic degree programs in almost any area imaginable, including health sciences, medical, engineering, liberal arts, architecture, agriculture, veterinary medicine and many more. Students interested in attending an electrician school will find everything they need at the UM. The electrical engineering department offers several options for aspiring electricians, including apprenticeship opportunities. The University of Minnesota also offers many programs through its online school. The university is also well-known for its great research facilities, renowned faculty and various student services.