Earn advanced skills in general elementary education or Indigenous teacher education in the most efficient way possible.
In this accelerated degree program, you'll be prepared to teach students in diverse learning environments, gain confidence and be prepared to implement instructional practice and assessment.
- Program type:
- Combined (Major and Master's)
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 3 years
- Credit hours:
- 80 or 89 (based on specialization)
Why study elementary education at UND?
Elementary Education at UND
Learn and teach with innovative and interactive digital technologies.
Work directly with students in diverse schools and communities.
Course work enhances your ability to conduct and analyze assessments, and plan using appropriate instructional practices for all learners including those with diverse needs.
Literacy leadership course targets roles and responsibilities of literacy coaches and/or reading specialists.
All UND Teacher Education programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) and are approved by the North Dakota Educational Standards and Practices Board.
Be part of the NDMTSS Social Emotional Learning Network. You’ll share experiences, celebrate successes, and problem-solve perceived barriers related to social emotional learning.
Elementary Education Careers
Elementary and Indigenous Education Courses
Leaders in Education
UND students are prepared to be leaders in their field to motivate future generations.