Best Graduate Schools in North Dakota by Salary Potential

Before you earn a graduate degree in North Dakota, find out what these alumni from North Dakota graduate schools earn. [Read More]

The 2016 PayScale College Salary Report features data on the more prominent master's degree programs in North Dakota. The Peace Garden State graduate programs include both North Dakota State University (NDSU) and University of North Dakota. Both schools are great for sports fans, and feature strong research programs. The report will be useful for students not only interesting in matching with a solid academic program, but also one that provides a sustainable financial future.

Worth noting, however, is that students from North Dakota State University report that a high percent find higher meaning in their work. NDSU has a total enrollment of roughly 2,700 students, and University of North Dakota is slightly larger with a total enrollment of about 3,500 students.

The most popular career for graduates of a school like North Dakota State University is in the field of engineering -- such as a Mechanical Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Civil Engineer, Project Engineer, Electrical Engineer, or Design Engineer. Graduates of NDSU report high career satisfaction, and end up at companies like Kaplan, Inc. and St. Jude Medical, Inc.

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