Guide teens by teaching them and helping them find their interests, now and for their future.
High school is a critical time of education – and teaching students during their teen years has its challenges and rewards. When you earn your Secondary Education degree from UND, you’ll learn how to effectively teach life skills and knowledge for students in 7th through 12th grade.
- Program type:
- On Campus
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
What is a secondary education degree?
UND's Secondary Education Degree
Teacher Education faculty and staff continue to work with you after graduation. We'll help you complete materials needed to obtain your teaching license and/or endorsement.
The Teacher Education Program connects you with local volunteer opportunities at area schools. You'll add to your teaching experience, building your resume, and creating professional networks.
As a student in Teacher Education, you’ll be eligible for scholarships through the College of Education & Human Development. As a future science teacher, you may also qualify for state and federal funding such as the TEACH Grant to help offset the cost of your degree.
You can get an authentic global perspective on education through Teacher Education at UND by studying abroad. Students have recently taken advantage of study abroad opportunities at universities in Finland, Ireland, Hungary, New Zealand, Norway and elsewhere.
All teacher education programs at the University of North Dakota are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The B.S.Ed. in Secondary Education is also approved by the North Dakota Educational Standards and Licensing Board.
Let our team of academic advisors help you plan your major. You'll also have access to personalized Degree Map software to keep you on track to graduate in four years.
What can you do with a secondary education degree?
Secondary Education Degree Courses
Ready to Lead
At UND, students are prepared to guide and motivate the next generation of leaders.