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Majors & Programs

The next world-changing breakthrough could come from you. With more than 225 fields of study, graduate programs and the state's only law and medical schools, you can pursue exactly what you're passionate about.

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Applied Economics

Available on campus and online, Applied Economics gives you the flexibility to continue your career while expanding your abilities.

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Special Education

Specialize your training to support all individuals with diverse learning abilities and behavioral needs through this online program.

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Civil Engineering

With a program that emphasizes key engineering areas, you’ll gain the well-rounded education to help build a new world.

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Forensic Psychology

An online program that prepares you to apply theory, knowledge, skills and competencies to the civil and criminal justice systems.

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Leaders in Action

Our students embark on a journey to become leaders. Not just in what they say, but what they do. Through hard work and determination, we believe in making a positive impact locally, nationally and beyond.

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McKenzie Kay Darling, ’15, ’17

Education

Alum shares her personal struggles to educate and inspire others.

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Eric, '06

Marketing

UND grad restores WWII planes, preserving history and veteran's stories.

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Christiena, '19

Music Performance

With drive and passion, UND trumpet player named one of nation's best.

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Built in
North Dakota

We take great pride in our history, community, work ethic and resiliency. These are the values we share with North Dakota. Once a part of UND, always a part of UND.

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