Education Transfer

Education Transfer

Students entering the Education transfer curriculum plan at NDSCS-Fargo are exposed to a wide range of courses and disciplines. 

Kindergarten, elementary and secondary school teaching requires a wide variety of skills and aptitudes, including the following: 

  • Talent for working with children
  • Organizational, administrative and record-keeping abilities
  • Research and communication skills
  • The power to influence, motivate and train others
  • Patience 
  • Creativity

Upon completion, students will be awarded an Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts. Students can transfer to other colleges or universities to take their education courses and to student teach.

For more information

Contact a Fargo Admissions Representative at 701-231-6935.

First Semester
Course # Name (credits)
COMM 110 Intro. to Public Speaking (3)
ENGL 110 College Composition I (3)
PSYC 111 Intro. to Psychology (3)
MATH 103 or MATH 104 College Algebra or Finite Mathematics (3)
CSCI 116 Business Use of Computers (3)
FYE 101 Science of Success (1)
Second Semester
Course # Name (credits)
ENGL 120 College Composition II (3)
PSYC 230 Educational Psychology (3)
Lab Sci Lab Science: Advisor will help determine (4)
SOC 110 Intro. to Sociology (3)
ENGL 2xx Humanities: Literature Course (3)
Wellness Elective (1)
Third Semester
Course # Name (credits)
POLS 115 American Government (3)
PSYC 250 or PSYC 270 Developmental Psychology or Abnormal Psychology (3)
PSYC 210 Child Development (3)
SOC 115 Social Problems (3)
HIST 103 U.S. History to 1877 (3)
Wellness Elective (1)
Fourth Semester
Course # Name (credits)
HIST 104 U.S. History Since 1877 (3)
POLS or HIST Elective Political Science or History Elective
MATH/SCI/CIS Elective Math, Science or CIS Elective (3)
EDUC 250/298 Intro. to Education/Pre-Professional Field Experience (3)
Gen Ed Elective General Education Elective (3)
Gen Ed Elective General Education Elective (3)