Indigenous Language Education
Immerse yourself in teaching and prepare for a rewarding career educating children ages 6-18.
Help revitalize the Dakota and Lakota languages within North Dakota and South Dakota. With a B.S.Ed. in Indigenous Language Education from UND, you will be prepared to teach students in diverse learning environments.
- Program type:
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 2-4 years
- Credit hours:
- 120 credits
Why earn an Indigenous Language Education degree?
On-Campus or Online Indigenous Language Education Degree
Work directly with students in diverse schools and communities. Gain insight by presenting and reviewing practice lessons with your peers.
Develop and teach lessons in authentic learning environments.
Help keep the Dakota and Lakota languages thriving within North Dakota and South Dakota.
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.
What can I do with an Indigenous Language Education degree?
Indigenous Language Education & Linguistics Courses
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