Graduate Courses

Originally founded in 1918 as a teaching college, Dickinson State University has built a reputation for training teachers who are well equipped for the classroom. Graduate courses include:

  • EDUC 501 Educational Foundations
  • EDUC 511 Cultural Diversity in a Complex World
  • EDUC 521 Curriculum Design, Delivery and Assessment
  • EDUC 531 Educational Research
  • EDUC 541 Integrating Technology into the Learning Environment

Application Requirements

To be eligible for graduate courses at Dickinson State University, a bachelor’s degree and full admission to DSU as a graduate student is required.

Complete the Graduate Studies Application and contact the Department of Teacher Education upon admission at (701) 483-2178 in order to register for any courses offered.  See the Graduate Studies Admission Requirements here.

Master of Education at DSU through Minot State

Dickinson State University’s Graduate Studies courses are accepted in transfer by many graduate programs at universities across the state and nation. In fact, an agreement with Minot State University allows you to complete half the credits for a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree through our university and the rest through theirs without having to travel.

For more information on the M.Ed. degree option, please see the flyer.