Online undergraduate degrees are useful for individuals who are interested in the convenience of a flexible degree program. Classes are offered in distance-based and face-to-face formats. In addition, NDSU general education requirements may be fulfilled through online coursework, which may be useful for individuals who would like to take some online and some on-campus classes.
NDSU online undergraduate degrees are available to students worldwide. All NDSU online undergraduate degrees offered through Distance and Continuing Education are awarded a degree from North Dakota State University upon successful completion of coursework.
LPN to BSN Option
RN to BSN Option (Closed **)
B.S. in Human Development & Family Science: Adult Development & Aging
B.S. in Human Development & Family Science: Child & Adolescent Development
B.S. in Human Development & Family Science: Family Science
B.S. in Sociology
Bachelor of University Studies
- B.S. in Agricultural Communication
- B.S. in Public Relations & Advertising**
- B.S. in Journalism
- B.S. in Health Communication
** For more information about this online undergraduate degree contact Connie Jadrny.
Undergraduate Minor Options
Online undergraduate minors are a great way to gain additional knowledge in a secondary field of study. Minors enhance your knowledge and skills without requiring another full major. A secondary field of study is useful in providing additional training that may give you an advantage in your chosen field of study. Undergraduate minors are available only for NDSU students completing a bachelor’s degree.
Tip: Not finding the online undergraduate degree you are looking for? You can minimize the number of classes you have to take on campus by cross referencing your degree requirements with the classes Distance and Continuing Education offers online. In addition, most of the general education requirements can be fulfilled by distance-based coursework.