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About the School:

The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is a public research institution founded in 1851. It is a land-grant university and is one of the most prestigious institutions in the U.S. It has a total enrollment of more than 51,000 students, and the campus size is 1,204 acres. On average, students who get enrolled here have an SAT score between 1260 to 1480 or an ACT score of 26 to 31. Admission to this institution is considered somewhat competitive due to the acceptance rate of 57%.

The university offers 200+ graduate and professional programs in a wide array of fields. The popular subjects include biology, computer science, economics, social sciences, and engineering. Tuition & fees for in-state students are approx. $15,200, and out-of-state students are charged approx. $33,800. The university also offers financial assistance to its students. Around 75% of students receive financial aids or work-study funds.

Online Presence:

Online Programs offered by the University of Minnesota are equivalent to on-campus degrees. The programs are offered either fully online or in hybrid mode. In addition, the courses are taught by the same instructor and have the same requirements. To see the list of programs available, visit their majors and programs page.

Accreditation:

The University of Minnesota has accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission.

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