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  • Fall Preview Day

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Minot State University invites prospective students and their families to “test drive” the university at Fall Preview Day on Nov. 22.  This event is designed to educate prospective students and their families about MSU’s numerous programs. Participants will attend four presentations covering topics such as potential career fields, study abroad opportunities, foreign language programs and a campus tour.

Presentations at Fall Preview Day are unique in that they will be similar to TED talks, which are short, up-tempo, high-energy and thought-provoking presentations given by students, faculty, staff and alumni.

“When people think back to their high school or university experiences, they generally don’t think about subject content or buildings,” said Kevin Harmon, assistant vice president for enrollment management. “They think about teachers, professors or staff members who made an impact on their lives. This event is designed to bring together the most important component of any school, the students, and introduce them to our people who make a difference every day.”

The registration form is at the bottom of this page.

Morning Breakout Sessions (10:00 and 10:30 a.m.) Choose two morning sessions.
Number Play & Computer Sciences Join Math and Computer Science Department faculty to investigate majors and careers.

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Tenors and Trombones Explore the Minot State University Music Program. On the stage or in the classroom, MSU is the premier music university in North Dakota.
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Rocks, Brains, and CnH2n+2 Hear firsthand from Minot State faculty about the rapid growth of careers in science in western North Dakota.
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To Catch a Thief Criminal justice is more than a premise for a TV show. Discover CJ careers and opportunities in law enforcement!
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Careers in Social Sciences The social sciences offer equal promise for improving human welfare. Learn how you can earn a degree in history, economics, geography, or political science from Minot State University.
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MSU Talk 2014 (11:00 a.m.) 
Old Main - Ann Nicole Nelson Hall Join Minot State University President Steven Shirley; Andy Bertsch, professor of business administration; Melissa Spelchen, assistant professor of criminal justice; Terry Eckmann, professor of teacher education and human performance; Alex Buchholz, biology student; and Brekka Kramer, alumna and Odney advertising executive, for TED Talk-style from knowledgeable presenters excited to share their area of expertise.
Lunch on Us!
Beaver Creek Café, second floor, Student Center.
Global Perspective (12:40 a.m.) 
Old Main - Ann Nicole Nelson Hall Study abroad tours and the study of languages are two ways Minot State enables students to cultivate a global perspective. Emma May, education abroad program assistant, and Scott Sigel, assistant professor of foreign language, will discuss how to integrate exploring the world into your Minot State University experience.
Afternoon Breakout Sessions (1:05 and 1:35 p.m.) Choose two afternoon sessions.
Health and Helping Professions MSU students have an enviable track record in nursing and communication disorders, but many more professional programs are available. Faculty will discuss how to best utilize your Minot State education for careers from nursing to athletic training.
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Education Professions Teach a student to think, and you will change the world! Learn more about possible careers in teacher education, humanities and related fields.
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Careers in Business Want to learn from a Fortune 500 CEO? Listen to experts share more about how careers and internships can pay big dividends in the ever-changing business world.
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Paint it, Design it, Stamp it! Do you have a flair for making something from nothing? Do you naturally enjoy creating? Learn how you can secure a creative career by earning your art degree from Minot State University.
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Family Members Attending (Choose one):

134

Campus Tour (Choose one):

2:00 p.m.

Morning Breakout Sessions (Choose two):

Tenors and Trombones 

To Catch a Thief 

Careers in Social Sciences

Afternoon Breakout Sessions (Choose two):

Education Professions

Paint it, Design it, Stamp it!

Questions? Call Enrollment Services at 701.858.3350 or 800.777.0750.