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Expanding the Circle: Online Graduate Opportunities

South Dakota State University is committed to providing higher education opportunities to fulfill the need for faculty members at Tribal Colleges and Universities to acquire graduate credits to meet HLC standards, as well as offer online graduate level courses for faculty/staff at technical and community colleges and K-12 schools. If you are interested in enrolling in an online graduate course, please complete the process outlined below. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

Graduate School Application Process

  1. Go to our online application.
  2. Create an account and choose a password. You will then be issued a PIN number.
  3. Once you are in the application, indicate that you are a Domestic Non-Degree Seeking Applicant in the term section.
  4.  Include course name and course code (listed below). You do not need to upload any documents.
  5. Select pay via cash/check on the application fee page. We will waive the application fee for you.

Once we process your application, we will register you for the requested course(s) and send a confirmation email to you. In that email, you will be provided your student ID number and additional non-degree seeking information. Thanks for choosing SDSU!

APPLY HERE


Semester Dates

  • Summer 2018
    • May 7-25: May Interim
    • May 29 - August 3: 10-week academic summer session
    • August 6-17: August Interim
  • Fall 2018
    • August 20: Start date/instruction begins
    • August 30: Last day to add/drop course
    • November 2: Last day to drop course

Contact Hannah McIlravy if you are still interested in registering for a course after the add/drop date.


Summer 2018 Courses

Online General Education Core Courses

English:

  • ENGL 791: Creative Writing and Pedagogy and Theory
  • ENGL 791: Composition Pedagogy and Theory

Geography:

  • GEOG 530: Geography of Europe
  • GEOG 559: Political Geography

Speech:

  • SPCM 540: Health Communication
  • MCOM 730: Media Law Case Studies
  • MCOM 760: Social Marketing Health/Behavior Change

Math:

  • STAT 514: Basic R Programming
  • STAT 541: Statistical Methods 2
  • STAT 691: Statistical Programming
  • STAT 700: Statistical Programming

All other online graduate courses

Community Development:

  • CD 592: Topics
  • CD 601: Organizing Community Change
  • CD 642: Grant Proposal Writing

Construction Management:

  • CM 560: Sustainable Building Systems

Economics:

  • ECON 707: Research Methods Applied Econ

Education Foundations:

  • EDFN 592: Intro to Transdisciplinary
  • EDFN 700: Exceptional Learners
  • EDFN 730: Current Issues in Education
  • EDFN 751: Teaching Reading Across Disciplines
  • EDFN 792: Teaching FCS with Technology
  • EDER 760: Informational Literacy
  • EDER 711: Educational Assessments
  • FCSE 611: History and Philosophy Family and Consumer Science
  • HDFS 630: Lifespan Development

Nutrition:

  • NUTR 522: Advanced Human Nutrition
  • NUTR 523: Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • HNS 592: Statistical Methods
  • NUTR 660: Maternal and Child Nutrition
  • NUTR 701: Macronutrients Human Nutrition
  • NUTR 710: Dietary and Herbal Supplements
  • HSC 733: Environmental Health
  • HSC 731: Biostatistics 2
  • NUTR 741: Grant Writing in Dietetics
  • NUTR 743: Found in Leadership/Dietetics
  • NUTR 760: Vitamins/Minerals Human Nutrition
  • NUTR 765: Dietetic Accounting Concepts
  • NUTR 769: Healthcare Administration for Dietetics

Fall 2018 Courses

Online General Education Core Courses

Geography:

  • GEOF 520: Geography of Tourism
  • GEOG 521: Qualitative Research Methods
  • GEOF 525: Population Geography

Science:

  • BIOS 662: Advanced Molecular Biology
  • CHEM 774: Kinetics/Nuclear/Electrochem
  • CHEM 775: Organic & Biochemistry
  • CHEM 788: Research Problems

Speech:

  • MCOM 574: Media Administration and Management
  • MCOM 705: Intro to Master of Mass Comm
  • MCOM 710: Cross-Platform Storytelling
  • MCOM 746: Cross-Platform Campaigns

Math:

  • STAT 701: Modern Applied Statistics 1

    All other online graduate courses

    Education Foundations:

    • EDFN 730: Current Issues in Education
    • FCSE 611: History and Philosophy Family and Consumer Science
    • HDFS 510: Parenting
    • HDFS 525: Family Resiliency
    • HMGT 520: Geography of Tourism

    Nutrition:

    • NUTR 523: Medical Nutrition Therapy
    • NUTR 704: Phytochemicals
    • NUTR 715: Public Health Nutrition
    • NUTR 723: Nutrition Focus on Life Stages
    • NUTR 727: Obesity Across the Lifespan
    • NUTR 704: Phytochemicals
    • NUTR 715: Public Health Nutrition
    • NUTR 723: Nutrition Focus on Life Stages
    • NUTR 727: Obesity Across the Lifespan

    Community Development:

    • CD 600: Foundations of Community Development
    • CD 605: Com Principle/Strategy Community change
    • CD 626: Economic Development Strategy
    • CD 634: Native American Natural Resource Management
    • CD 635: Sustainable Communities
    • CD 641: Leadership for Change

    Financial:

    • CA 612: Financial Counseling
    • CA 640: Family Financial Planning
    • CA 660: Invest for Family’s Future
    • CA 680: Insurance Planning for Families
    • CA 704: Estate Planning for Families
    • CA 725: Family Benefits and Retirement Plan
    • CA 735: Personal Income Taxation

    Questions?