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University Programs

Online Campus Degree Programs from Bismarck State College (link)

Dickinson State University at Bismarck State College campus

Minot State University at Bismarck State College campus

University of North Dakota at Bismarck State College campus

Dickinson State West River Summer Classes (link)

Mayville State University - Online & Distance Learning (link)

Minnesota State University Moorhead - Continuing Studies (link)

Search courses and schedules for continuing education classes.
Call 218-477-5862 for more information.

Minot State University - Center for Extended Learning (link)

NDSU - Continuing Education (link)

Search distance and continuing education courses.

NDSU Summer Professional Development (link)

University of Mary (link)

Search graduate courses in education. Are you interested in a credential or a Master's degree in Education? Courses meet in evenings or weekends during academic year.

UND - Professional Development for Educators (link)

Choose Upcoming Workshops and use the drop-down menus to search by topic, city, or date.
To view a list of summer workshops and conferences in the Bismarck area, click on BISMARCK in the "View by City" drop down screen.
All courses are listed alphabetically as you scroll down the page.
The website will continually be updated with new additions, so go back frequently to check what's new . . . OR . . . check the "News and Events" section on the home page for current announcements on new workshop additions, date changes, and course
Click Online Courses for Teachers to find professional development credit at any time of the year!
For more details, contact UND Professional Development for Educators:
Toll Free: 1-800-342-8230
Local: 701-777-3000

Valley City State University - Continuing Education (link)

Bismarck Area Professional Development Opportunities

Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) Explore Your Watershed (link)

A supplemental and interdisciplinary water science and water education program for educators of K-12 students.
Goal: To faciliate and promote the learning, awareness, appreciation, knowledge, exploration and stewardship of ND's water resources and how water interacts with both the human and natural environments.
Credit: 1 - 3 graduate credit workshops, noncredit workshops, & programs.
For more information, contact Bill Sharff, Project WET Director, ND State Water Commission, 701-328-4833.