Degree Programs

The NDSU School of Education prepares highly qualified education and counseling professionals to serve the needs of the state, region, and beyond. Degree programs include seventeen undergraduate programs in teacher preparation, four Master's-level programs in teacher education with seven additional emphasis areas, a Master's degree in Counseling with emphases in School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling, a Master's degree in Educational Leadership, and doctoral degrees in Counselor Education & Supervision and Education, with emphases in Institutional Analysis and Occupational & Adult Education.

Bachelor's Degrees

The Teacher Education programs at NDSU strive to prepare teachers with the knowledge, skills and dispositions needed to meet the needs of diverse students in today's classrooms. We offer 14 majors leading to teacher licensure in secondary schools as well as three majors leading to K-12 teacher licensure.

Additional information on the undergraduate degrees offered through the NDSU School of Education is available on our Bachelor's Degrees page.

Master's Degrees

The School of Education offers graduate study leading to the Master of Education (M.Ed.) and Master of Science (M.S.) degrees in six areas: Counseling, Education, Agricultural Education, Extension Education, Family & Consumer Sciences Education, and Educational Leadership.

Additional information on the Master's degrees offered through the NDSU School of Education is available on our Master's Degrees page.

Doctoral Degrees

The School of Education offers graduate study leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in Counselor Education and Supervision and both the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degrees in Education.

Additional information on the doctoral degrees offered through the NDSU School of Education is available on our Doctoral Degrees page.

Graduate Certificates

Graduate certificates provide students with the opportunity to gain specialized knowledge in an area without earning a full graduate degree.  The School of Education offers a graduate certificate in Student Affairs Administration.

Additional information on the graduate certificates offered through NDSU School of Education is available on our Graduate Certificates page.

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