"As a full-time teacher and mom of three, this online program has been a great fit for my busy schedule. I appreciate the professors' approachability and accessibility and their emphasis on applying issues from today's athletics."
— Alyssa (Almond) Cool, ’12, MS Sports Management

Online Degree Programs

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. 

Below is a complete list of the programs available entirely online from MSU. If you are interested in pursuing a degree program but have questions about the curriculum or transfer credits, please visit the Getting Started page. If you are ready to start the process, you can Apply Online.

1Minot State does not have two lab science courses available online. A second lab science course is available through a collaborative registration with another NDUS institution.

2The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice does not lead to a peace officer license. Additional credentials and education will be required to obtain a peace officer's license.

3The Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education and the Master of Education programs alone do not meet state teacher licensure or certification requirements. The Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education does meet federal requirements for Head Start teachers.

4Minot State does not have a programming language available. A programming language is available through a collaborative registration with another NDUS institution.

5Students who wish to pursue a minor or concentration should work closely with the academic department for course rotations and advising.

6The 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. Due to complex licensure requirements that vary by state and are constantly changing, Minot State will determine on an individual basis if our program will meet a state’s licensure requirements. If you are interested in determining if the MS in Special Education can meet your state's requirements for licensure, please contact Minot State Online. To find your state's licensing agencies and review their requirements, please refer to the list of licensing agencies by state on the NASDTEC web site.

7This degree program requires real-time video conferencing. For more information contact the Special Education department at 701-858-3050.