|Program and Application Information|
|Department Chair:||Dr. William Martin|
|Graduate Coordinator:||Dr. Adam Marx|
|Department Location:||School of Education, FLC 210|
|Department Phone:||(701) 231-7921|
|Department Web Site:||www.ndsu.edu/ted/graduate/|
|Application Deadline:||April 1 for fall semester and December 1 for spring semester.|
|English Proficiency Requirements:||TOEFL ibT 71, IELTS 6|
Extension Education offers graduate study leading to the M.S. degrees. Specialized training in an area of interest is required.
In addition to the Graduate School’s required application materials, the program requires 1) a statement of purpose that addresses the question, “How will this degree help me achieve my professional goals?” 2) a letter from a faculty member/specialist expressing their willingness and ability to mentor the candidate in their area of interest.
Admission is only considered after all required application materials have been received and reviewed.
Master’s programs require completion of a minimum of 31 credits.
|Core Courses (13 credits)|
|Program Development In Vocational Education|
|Program Development and Evaluation|
|Reflective Practice and Research in Education|
|Adult Learning (or EDUC 852 or EDUC 853 )|
|Research Methods (6 credits)|
|Statistics In Educational Research|
or STAT 725
|Major/Concentration (6 credits)|
Students may choose from agribusiness, agricultural economics, animal science, natural resource management, plant science, agricultural education, family and consumer sciences, health, nutritional and
|exercise sciences, arts, humanities, and social sciences, and human development and family sciences.|
Courses approved through enrollment in the Great Plans Ag*IDEA consortium will be considered.
|Electives (as approved by adviser)|
|Capstone (6 credit minimum)|
M.S. Thesis H&CE 798 6-10 cr.