(Duluth, MN) -- Dozens of jobs could be eliminated at the University of Minnesota-Duluth as administrators look for places to cut five-million dollars from the budget. Some estimates suggest 50-to-60 faculty and staff positions could be lost and that could shift U-M-D toward becoming a tech school. Fine arts, liberal arts, education and business colleges are particularly vulnerable to the cutbacks. The Swenson College of Science and Engineering is reportedly being asked to reduce its budget by one-and-a-half percent.