Inter-College Program

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About the Major

The Inter-College Program (ICP) major allows you to tailor your education to meet your unique academic interests and career aspirations, allowing you to access courses from over 100 disciplines. ICP graduates work in a wide variety of settings, including business, nonprofit, education, and government. Regardless of your specific degree plan, ICP curriculum helps you to develop your creativity, self-motivation, ability to synthesize knowledge, and communication skills.

Career Outcomes

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Where do students work after graduation?

Where do students work after graduation?

Job titles and employers for graduates reported within 6 months of graduation
Job Title Employer
Advisory Services Analyst Optum
Athlete and Talent Coordinator NBA Players
Biological Technician Intern National Park Service
Cardiovascular Monitoring Technician Specialty Care
Case Manager McSweeney/Langevin Law Firm
Corporate Sustainability and Social Responsibility Strategist Grand Blvd
Engagement Guide Virgin Pulse
ER Tech Regions Hospital
Financial Analyst Thomson Reuters
Founder Meta Studio
Grant Review Analyst Robert Half
HR Director University of Minnesota
Mental Health Practitioner East African Humane Services
On-Call Addiction Technician Hazelden Betty Ford
Outdoor Leader Wilderness Inquiry
People and Culture Manager CompanyStore.IO
Project Engineer Yellow Tree Services
Project Manager Minneapolis Community and Technical College
Provider Relations Cigna Behavioral Health
Sales Associate Nike
Sales Reporting Analyst Coloplast
Sexuality for All Abilities Educator Mad Hatter Wellness
Social Media and Public Relations Exploration High School
Software Engineer Beckman Coulter Diagnostics
Strategy & Marketing Analyst 3M
Technical Aide 3M
Technical Project Manager Ovative Group

Where do students continue education after graduation?

Where do students continue education after graduation?

List of programs and schools students enrolled in after graduation
Program School
Accounting University of Minnesota
Art Business Claremont University
Bioethics Loyola University Chicago
Bioinformatics & Computational Biology University of Minnesota
Biomedical Sciences Midwestern University
Communication Johns Hopkins University
Dental Hygiene/Dental Therapy University of Minnesota
Epidemiology University of Minnesota
Financial Markets University of Minnesota
Integrative Health & Wellbeing Coaching University of Minnesota
Integrative Health & Wellness Ocaching University of Minnesota
Interpretering Certificate University of Minnesota
MD Oakland University William Beaumont Medical School
Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin
Nursing St. Scholastica
Nursing Bellin College
Pharmacy Roosevelt University
Physical Therapy Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences
Physical Therapy High Point University
Physican Assistant University of Wisconsin
Physician Assistant Bethel University
Physicians Assistant Studies Day Path University
Public Health Boston University
Social Sciences University of Chicago

Full outcomes report including salary, locations, satisfaction, and more

Common Entry-Level Job Titles

  • Human Resources Specialist
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Program Associate
  • Sales Representative
  • Screening Coordinator

Top Employers

  • 3M
  • Coloplast
  • Keller Williams
  • LifeTime Fitness
  • M Health Fairview
  • Regions Hospital
  • Thomson Reuters
  • University of Minnesota

Types of Employers

  • Advertising agencies
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Government agencies
  • Health systems and insurance
  • Nonprofit agencies
  • Research centers and universities
  • Self-employment

Additional Resources

In addition to these resources we recommend the following strategies to locate more information about careers related to your major:

  • O*NET and Careerwise. These tools provide comprehensive information about a wide range of careers including typical duties, salaries, employment outlook, skills and interests.
  • Locate professional associations related to your major or career interests by conducting a Google Search on “(career area/industry/keywords) professional associations.” 
  • Get involved in one of the many industry-related student groups on campus. These groups provide links to experiences, guest speakers, and discussion with like-minded students.