College of Education & Human Services
The College of Education and Human Services is comprised of collaborative, community-minded professionals who provide rigorous, best practices education to prepare students to meet the social, education, leadership, health and human service needs of our world. The College includes Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences, the School of Teaching and Learning, and the School of Social Work. What they share is a set of core principles that combine service to others and to the community with a high standard of professional excellence.
Elementary inclusive and early childhood education students will have over 200 hours of classroom experience including student teaching by the time they graduate. MSUM's Field Experience is committed to providing exceptional early and ongoing field experiences in education for teacher candidates. We collaborate with school partners in planning, implementing, and assessing each experience.
The College of Business & Innovation seeks student advisory board membership each semester to provide a student perspective and voice to the dean of the college. Student input and feedback is essential to represent and advocate for students’ interests and concerns.
A professional advisory board including professionals and community leaders, as well as distinguished alumni, are integral and indispensable to the College of Business & Innovation by providing strategic or programmatic advice, engaging vested members of our community, cultivating support and influence for college programs.
The Regional Assistive Technology Center provides augmentative and alternative communication systems to clients.
The Auditory Processing Disorders Clinic offers assessment for auditory processing disorders.
The MSUM School of Social Work is a member of the Child Welfare Consortium. Funds have been allocated for students planning to work in a child welfare setting upon graduation.
Student ID Card Access UpdateAll students currently have access to Academic Buildings from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. and with their ID Card from […]
Institutional Review Board approvalAre you or your students conducting research with human subjects? Undergraduate and graduate students engage in many research and classroom […]
ND Heritage Center hosts an exhibit based on ‘The Prairie Post Office’ bookThe Prairie Post Office: Enlarging the Common Life in Rural North Dakota (2017, NDSU Press), by authors Amy Phillips (formerly Social Work) and Steven […]
Locquiao, Ives study on academic misconduct accepted for journal publicationJed Locquiao (School of Teaching and Learning) and Bob Ives (College of Education, University of Nevada-Reno) learned their manuscript, “First-year […]
Article by DeSutter, Beck accepted for publicationStephenson Beck (NDSU, Communications Department) and Keri DeSutter (School of Teaching and Learning) received acceptance of their article “Special Education […]