Graduate Schools with Diverse Programs in Minnesota

For academic year 2019-2020, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities offer the most number of major programs in Minnesota. Capella University and Minnesota State University-Mankato have the second and third most major programs inMinnesota after University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Next table shows that the top 10 Minnesota graduate schools having most graduate programs.
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Minnesota Graduate Schools with Diverse Area of Study (2019-2020)
School NameTotal Number of ProgramsNumber of Online Programs Master's ProgramDoctorate ProgramsPost-Graduate Certificate Average Tuition & FeesGraduate Student Population
1University of Minnesota-Twin CitiesPublic, 4 yearsMinneapolis, MN 345 programs2 programs 169 124 52 $28,845 16,297
2Capella UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsMinneapolis, MN 180 programs180 programs 76 60 44 $15,233 27,356
3Minnesota State University-MankatoPublic, 4 yearsMankato, MN 110 programs29 programs 66 4 40 $8,474 1,882
4Walden UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsMinneapolis, MN 107 programs107 programs 39 20 48 $12,539 42,336
5Saint Cloud State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsSaint Cloud, MN 88 programs11 programs 60 2 26 $12,446 1,800
6University of St ThomasPrivate, 4 yearsSaint Paul, MN 81 programs6 programs 49 5 27 $24,991 3,640
7The College of Saint ScholasticaPrivate, 4 yearsDuluth, MN 53 programs16 programs 21 5 27 $15,306 1,564
8Saint Mary's University of MinnesotaPrivate, 4 yearsWinona, MN 51 programs14 programs 31 3 17 $9,180 4,118
9Hamline UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsSaint Paul, MN 41 programs13 programs 11 2 28 $9,596 1,420
10University of Minnesota-DuluthPublic, 4 yearsDuluth, MN 37 programs3 programs 30 2 5 $28,708 1,063
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