University of North Dakota - Master's Degree

The University of North Dakota is the state's oldest and largest University, with more than 15,000 students and 225 fields of study. UND is one of the top 100 doctoral research universities in the United States.

  • Average Tuition USD 30,813

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UND was founded in 1883, six years before North Dakota became a state. Grand Forks native George H. Walsh submitted the bill to the Territorial Legislature of Dakota Territory that called for the new state of North Dakota's university to be located in Grand Forks. The first classes were held on September 8, 1884.

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  • Minimum GPA 2.75


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    Established in 1883


    The state's flagship research university, UND has a reputation for research and scholarship in health sciences, energy and the environment, aerospace, and entrepreneurship.

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        Grand Forks, ND, United States

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          • Testimony
            1982-1987, The University of North Dakota is the Best!

            My accounting degree from UND is my one of my most treasured assets and the experience at UND is world class.

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            2002-2004, Thumbs up for UND!

            Great school, fun teachers, beautiful campus, great opportunities to get involved. I attended UND for 6 years, earning my undergraduate and masters degrees, and would definitely recommend the school.

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            1965-1970, Fine Engineering School

            Being a person rather than a number is important to most students. The University of North Dakota is big enough to give you a quality education, but small enough so you don't fall through the cracks. I had to deal with engineers from most of the large engineering schools in the country during my career. I never felt that something was lacking in my education. I supervised engineers who got their Master's Degree from the University of North Dakota (UND). All appreciated the education and the quality of the staff at UND. Some were quite surprised at the fine education the University provided for them.