Program Disclosures and Licensure Requirements

Some professions require you to meet specific requirements before you can receive a professional license. It is important that you understand whether your program fulfills the educational requirements in the state where you are located or plan to work.

To the best of our ability, Minot State has provided information about the educational requirements in various states for the programs listed below. These pages contain information about educational requirements only. States may have additional requirements such as exams, supervised field experiences, background checks, fees, etc..

All Minot State programs fulfill the requirements for licensure in the state of North Dakota.  

If you are seeking a professional license in a state other than North Dakota, we encourage you to do a couple of things. First, consult your advisor to determine your best course of action. Education majors should consult the Teacher Advisement and Field Placement Office (TAFP). Some licensure requirements may not vary greatly, so you may only need a few additional or different courses. Visiting with your advisor or TAFP will help you find the most efficient path to reach your career goals.

Second, consult the webpages of licensing bodies in the state or territory where you plan to work. Those licensing bodies have the most up-to-date information about licensure requirements in their state.

Program Licensure Requirements