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  • Horticulture

    Areas of specialization include breeding and genetics, biotechnology, physiology, propagation, and production and management of horticultural crops such as woody plants, potatoes, vegetables, and herbaceous ornamentals. more >

  • Communication

    The graduate program in communication offers graduate study leading to the M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. The program prepares students for academic and management positions, as well as advancement within current career fields. more >

  • Civil Engineering

    Specialty areas in the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in civil engineering include construction, environmental, geotechnical, materials, structural, transportation, and water resources engineering. more >

  • Cereal Science

    Advanced work may involve research in the areas of proteins, carbohydrates, enzymes, and lipids of cereals, legumes, and other northern-grown crops; barley malting and brewing; and wheat milling, baking, and pasta processing. more >

  • Cellular and Molecular Biology

    The CMB Ph.D. program offers interdisciplinary research education and training opportunities. Students learn to integrate across concepts and to use multiple approaches to study contemporary biological problems. more >

  • Botany

    The Department of Biological Sciences offers graduate study leading to Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Botany. more >

  • Biology

    Master of Science degrees are available in Biology, Botany, Environmental and Conservation Sciences, Natural Resources Management, and Zoology. more >

  • Biochemistry

    The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. The chemistry, biochemistry, and molecular biology of plant, animal, insect, and microbial systems are studied through advanced course work and research. more >

  • Advanced Athletic Training

    This program prepares students with increased depth and breadth in the following areas:  Diagnostic Ultrasound, Therapeutic Modalities, Orthopedic Appliances, Emergency Care Techniques, Kinesio Tape® and Manual Therapies. more >

  • Computer Science

    The Department of Computer Science and Operations Research offers the Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in Computer Science. more >

  • Architecture

    NDSU offers a 5-year NAAB accredited first-professional M.Arch.program. Most students entering the graduate program in architecture come directly from the NDSU pre-professional Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies program. more >

  • Animal Sciences

    Advanced work in Animal Science may involve specialized training in the following areas: animal breeding, animal nutrition, animal genetics, animal health, physiology of reproduction, nutritional physiology, and meat science. more >

  • Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

    The Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering program emphasizes solving engineering problems for agricultural production, food and biofuels processing, and environmental resources management. more >

  • Athletic Training

    The MATrg prepares students to take the BOC exam and earn the ATC credential. Didactic and clinical experience courses focus on prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries resulting from physical activity. more >

  • Accountancy

    The Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) program at North Dakota State University is a non-thesis, professional program structured to advance the knowledge of qualified students with an undergraduate accounting degree. more >

  • Psychology

    The Psychology master's degree program offers two tracks: general experimental or behavior therapy (clinical) options. Students enter the Ph.D. more >

  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

    The Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering offers graduate studies at both the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy levels. more >

  • Political Science

    The program serves students seeking to further their training in the scientific study of political activity for the purpose of pursuing careers in tea... more >

  • Mathematics

    The Department of Mathematics offers graduate study leading to the degrees of Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). Advanced work may be specialized among a number of areas. more >

  • Food Safety

     This program is designed to provide food safety expertise in government, business, and academia. It is an interdisciplinary program, and NDSU graduate faculty from several colleges participate in advising graduate students. more >

  • Mechanical Engineering

    Specialize in engineering mechanics, fatigue/fracture, biomechanics/biomaterials, thermal engineering, fluid mechanics, energy, controls, mechatronics, or engineering materials (plastics, composite materials and nanomaterials). more >

  • Mass Comunication

  • Emergency Management

    The Emergency Management program is multidisciplinary and is geared both to the academic disaster research curricula and the applied aspects of emerge... more >

  • Anthropology

    This program centers on human heritage past, present and future, both cultural and material. It is based on the principle that graduate education in Anthropology is a desirable preparation for a growing number of careers. more >

  • Natural Resources Management

    The Master of Natural Resources Management (MNRM), Master of Science (M.S.) and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) NRM degrees are interdisciplinary and offer a broad, systems- based approach toward managing natural resources. more >