NDSU, NDSCS expand partnership for student success
NDSCS and NDSU have entered into a Memorandum of Agreement to better serve the research, service, educational and workforce needs of North Dakota. The institutions will develop transfer guides and processes to facilitate seamless transfers from NDSCS to NDSU, as well as collaborate to identify new and modify existing career and technical programming. The new agreement also creates a path to explore collaboration for operational efficiencies and shared services.
NDSU adds Master of Landscape Architecture program
NDSU’s landscape architecture program will offer a five-year master’s degree, starting this fall. The program includes a range of coursework that prepares students for the landscape architecture field and leads to professional licensure. It is the only landscape architecture program in the state and one of the best values for a professional program.
NDSU summer programs help prepare North Dakota students for the future
NDSU hosts many summer programs that give the state’s students access to hands-on learning experiences that enhance education. Many of the programs focus on STEM disciplines and expose students to career options. Examples include North Dakota Governor’s Schools, Nurturing American Tribal Undergraduate Research and Education, STEM Kids Camps and Camp HOPE, which provides a way for high school students to explore health care careers.