Have you thought about attending one of the graduate schools in Minnesota? Minnesota is home to a few great cities, including Minneapolis (the trade center of the Midwest), St.Paul (the state’s capital), Duluth and Rochester (home to the Mayo Clinic). As you can imagine, tourism is a major revenue producer for the state, with its fishing, arts, water sports bringing in millions each year. Minnesota is the 12th largest in area and the 21st most populous of the U.S. States.
Minnesota has a 2014 estimated population of 5,457,173, which is a 2.9% change from April 2010. 32.6% of the population has their Bachelor’s degree and the median household income is $59,836. The state has a network of public universities and colleges, including 32 institutions in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, and five major campuses of the University of Minnesota. It is also home to more than 20 private colleges and universities.
Minnesota experiences temperature extremes characteristic of its continental climate, with cold winters and hot summers. Rich in natural resources, Minnesota is a leading farm state, producing large numbers of corn, wheat, rye, eggs, potatoes, soybeans and more. There are 58 state forests and 72 state parks for nature-lovers to enjoy. Popular attractions include the St. Paul Winter Carnival, the Minnesota Zoological Gardens and the state’s 10,000+ lakes.
Does studying in the North Star State sound like a plan? If so, check out the various graduate degree programs below to complete your education.