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North Dakota State University offers a minor in community development along with an on-line Masters in Community Development which is part of the Great Plains IDEA (Interactive Distance Education Alliance).

On-Line Masters

The Master's Degree in Community Development is offered through the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance (IDEA). The Great Plains IDEA is a consortium of eleven universities offering fully on-line graduate programs. Universities participating in the Community Development Master's Degree program include North Dakota State University, Iowa State University, Kansas State University, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, and South Dakota State University. For more information about the program, see:

For more information about the Community Development Master's Degree program at North Dakota State University, contact:

Dr. Gary A. Goreham
Sociology and Anthropology Department
NDSU, Dept. 2350
PO Box, 6050, 428C4 Minard Hall
Fargo, ND 58108-6050
telephone: 701-231-7637

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