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Teacher Education

 


Teacher Education

 The Teacher Education unit at NDSU focuses on preparing teacher for today's classrooms through research-based practices informed by practicing educators.  The preparation program includes multiple opportunities to work with teachers and students in diverse settings.

ND also allows educators to teach in a minor area if a license is held in a major area (e.g. If licensed in English Education, an educator can teach history if a minor is held in history).  Contact Stacy.Duffield@ndsu.edu for more information.

Undergraduate Programs

 NDSU offers 17 degree programs that lead to teacher licensure.  Our focus is on preparation of secondary level educators for middle and high school.  Three of the degree programs lead to K-12 licensure: art education, music education, and physical education.  To learn more about the requirements for these degree programs, please click here.

Graduate Programs

 There are multiple degree programs at the graduate level to serve both licensed teachers who wish to further develop their knowledge and skills and those who already have a bachelor's degree in a teachable major and wish to become a teacher.  To learn more about the opportunities and requirements, please click here.

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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 16, 2016
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