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Educating professional teachers has been part of Minot State University's mission since its founding in 1913. Through coursework and field experiences we help our graduates build the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors they need to deliver optimum learning experiences to their pupils.
Enrollment Services

Education

Our approach
Education majors work in classrooms at multiple points during their studies at Minot State University. The opportunity to experience a variety of settings and different age groups helps broaden our students' understanding of human development and are key to the competence our students feel as they begin their practicums or student teaching.

Our learning environment
Housed in newly renovated Swain Hall, the Department of Teacher Education and Human Performance facilities feature:

Our college

Is teaching right for you?
All education majors take the same core classes in classroom management, curriculum, planning and assessment, teaching diverse and exceptional learners, and child, adolescent and educational psychology. Elementary education majors take courses specific to that program. Middle school (grades 6-8) and secondary education (high school) majors have nearly 20 program areas from which to choose including.

Coursework and specializations
The Teacher Education and Human Performance Department is dedicated to delivering students the best possible education and the personal attention they need to succeed.

Required Coursework for all Teacher Education Majors

Specialized training
We offer a bachelor of science degree in intellectual and developmental disabilities, a deaf and hearing impaired minor, and other optional endorsements and credentials.

Admission requirements
Teacher education programs are selective. Admission requirements include:

The complete list of application requirements

More Information
To learn more, visit our Teacher Education and Human Performance Department web site. Better yet, schedule a campus visit so we can meet face-to-face and show you around.

Graduate studies
For those who want to further their studies, the Department of Teacher Education and Human Performance offers seven graduate degree programs:

Contact Information
Dr. Warren Gamas, Chair
College of Education and Health Sciences
Phone: 701-858-3028 or 1-800-777-0750 ext. 3028
warren.gamas@minotstateu.edu