Education

Enter the professional world as a caring and compassionate educator.

Students taking Education through Briercrest benefit from a partnership program that gives them two degrees when they graduate.

First, complete three years at Briercrest. Begin your degree in a Christian discipleship environment and take courses from a biblical perspective. Building on that foundation, specialize at Minot State University, getting the advantage of practical teaching experience and courses tailored to your field.

Receive a Bachelor of Arts from Briercrest, a Bachelor of Science in Education from MSU, and the training you need to invest meaningfully in students’ lives. View our programs below.

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I met a lot of professors who truly cared about their students. They taught us with great dignity and respect. I appreciate all of the faculty members that I took classes with. I will continue to keep in touch with some of the ones I connected with.
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