Degree Programs

Our online degrees, certificates, and classes make it possible for you to learn at Minot State regardless of where you call home. With over 100 areas of study, pursue your passions and earn the degree for the career you desire.

Program Spotlight



All Online Degrees

Online degree programs do not have a scheduled day and time when you are expected to attend class. Individual courses may arrange synchronous activities around students' schedules.

Majors

Minors 4

Concentrations 2

Non-degree Programs

Real Time Online programs require some or all courses to be attended at a day and time. For more information on scheduling and options, please contact the department.

Majors

Real Time online programs require some or all courses to be attended at a day and time. For more information on scheduling and options, please contact the department.

Graduate Programs

  • Master of Science in Special Education1 with emphasis in Specific Learning Disabilities - The core requirements are available online asynchronous (no scheduled day and time to attend), but some courses in the emphasis area are Real Time Online and require attendance at a day and time.
  • Master of Education with emphasis in Cognitive Science - The core requirements are available online asynchronous (no scheduled day and time to attend), but some courses in the concentration area are Real Time Online and require attendance at a day and time.

Graduate Certificates


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1Please visit the state authorization website for licensure and program disclosure information.

2Students who wish to pursue a minor or concentration should work closely with the academic department for course rotations and advising.

3Please visit the Speech-Language Pathology licensure website for licensure and program disclosure information. This program requires a summer residency in the 6th semester and a potential one week residency in the 3rd semester.