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Graduate Program

The graduate program in Teacher Education is committed to the development of educators who are dedicated to educational equity for all persons.  The teacher education program is aligned with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) to reflect the importance of applied research and content development of educators.

Plans of study for either the M.Ed. or M.S. in Teacher Education may emphasize teacher licensure, curriculum and instruction, or a wide range of education disciplines.  Students are encouraged to work closely with an academic advisor to ensure that personal and professional goals are clear and achievable.

Continuous Enrollment: Graduate students in the School of Education must register for a minimum of six credits during each academic year August 16 - August 15 (Fall-Spring-Summer)

For more information contact:
Stacy Duffield, Program Coordinator         OR           Carol Nelson, Graduate Program Administrative Assistant                         
(701) 231-7102                                                          (701) 231-7202

Apply to the Graduate School 
*Applications are due at least one month prior to the start of the semester.  International applicants please follow Graduate School deadlines.


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Program Outcomes

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Graduate Assistantship Application

Master's Program Flyer

Pipeline for Excellent Rural Teaching grant

Supervision of Student Teaching Tuition Waiver
(Tuition Waiver valid for Educ 600 section ONLY)


Graduate Assistantship Application

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Last Updated: Tuesday, January 26, 2016 3:10:30 PM