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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Briercrest President Michael Pawelke
Studies in Biblical Leadership - Our Vision
Posted: March 13, 2019

President's Chapel with Michael Pawelke. We hope and pray that you will engage the world as global citizens doing good in our world as healers, helpers, problem solvers and bridge-builders, and then as messengers of hope.

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NEW One Year Certificate in Arts and Sciences
Posted: November 24, 2016

This one year program, which begins in the fall of 2017, provides students with an opportunity to prepare for further education, while studying in a Christian community.

Alumni Survey Results
Posted: February 5, 2018

Alumni feedback reveals growth that occurred at Briercrest.

Up close and candid with Ken Guenter
Posted: June 9, 2017

An interview with long-time faculty member Ken Guenter. Find out how he got his first teaching job and what has kept him at Briercrest all these years.

Most satisfying: the support and encouragement from the staff, faculty, and students that can only be achieved in this particular learning community. Most disappointing: that it took me so long to find this place.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015