NDSU ranked among the top 15 most affordable online master's degrees in human development and family science, according to College Choice.
The College Choice ranking is based on two composite scores: reputation and return on investment. The data comes from university websites, Payscale.com, U.S. News & World Report, the U.S. Census and the National Center for Education Statistics. NDSU is nationally ranked No. 9.
NDSU offers online master’s degrees in human development and family science, with options in family financial planning, gerontology and youth development in partnership. The programs are offered in partnership with Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance, a web-based distance education program.
“North Dakota State, a leader in online education, offers an online master of human development and family science with a focus on youth development, an emerging field that focuses on promoting the positive development of youth,” noted College Choice in its description of NDSU.
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