Are you looking into graduate schools in North Dakota? Located in the upper Midwestern region of the U.S. the state is home to 11 public colleges and universities and four private schools.
North Dakota is the most rural of all the states, with farms covering more than 90% of the land. The Garrison Dam on the Missouri River provides extensive irrigation and produces 400,000 kilowatts of electricity for the Missouri Basin areas. The state is known for its waterfowl and deer hunting and bass, trout, and pike fishing. North Dakota has 20 state parks and recreation areas, including the International Peace Garden, Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, the State Capitol at Bismarck, the Badlands, Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. i
North Dakota has a population of 739,482 as of a 2014 estimate, which is a 9.9% change from 2010. 27.2% of residents have a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and the median annual household income is $53,741. The largest cities in the state include Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot, West Fargo and Dickinson.ii
Interested in studying in the rural area of North Dakota? Browse the graduate programs and schools below to find one that fits your needs.