Online Degree Programs
Why choose MSU Online?
MSU Online makes it possible for you to attend class regardless of location or time zone. Because you communicate with your instructor and class online, you can complete your entire degree without setting foot on campus. The online campus is open and you have access to your class seven days a week, 24 hours a day. If you reside outside of North Dakota, please see our State Authorization page for information about which programs are available in your area.
What programs are available online?
We offer ten undergraduate degrees, seven graduate degrees, three undergraduate certificates, and one graduate certificate online. The coursework for all of these programs can be completed entirely online. If you would are interested in pursuing a degree program but have questions about the curriculum or transfer credits, please visit the Advising page. If you are ready to start the process, you can Apply Online.
*This degree program requires attending class on a specific day and time, however you can connect from anywhere in the world. For more information contact the Special Education department at 701-858-3050.
**The Minot State University Master of Science in Special Education fulfills licensing requirements in the State of North Dakota and North Dakota is part of the National Association of Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) Interstate agreement. If you plan to seek licensure in your state of residence, it is your responsibility to contact your state’s licensure board to determine if this program will meet their requirements. A listing of licensing agencies by state can be found on the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) web site. The Special Education department can work with students on an individual basis to fulfill licensing requirements. This information is provided in compliance with the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement. This degree program also requires attending class on a specific day and time, however you can connect from anywhere in the world. It also requires a summer residency for assessment/clinical training. For more information contact the Special Education department at 701-858-3050.