2020 Best Online Colleges in Minnesota
The following list highlights the best online schools in Minnesota based on their annual tuition and alumni salaries. Ranked #1, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities has the highest median graduate salary, at $92,100. The university offers 0 online bachelor's degrees, 0 online master's programs, and 1 online doctoral programs. Minnesota State University at Mankato, ranked #4, is one of seven schools with an annual tuition rate below $10,000. MSU at Mankato offers online programs primarily in business and healthcare.
|Rank||School||Annual Tuition||Mid-Career Salary|
|# 1||Dunwoody College of Technology||$23,055||$91,500|
|# 2||Minnesota State University at Mankato||$8,481||$81,000|
|# 3||University of Minnesota Online||$13,364||$79,625|
|# 4||Saint Cloud State University||$9,943||$78,400|
|# 5||Hamline University||$15,750||$78,000|
|# 6||Metropolitan State University||$9,316||$75,200|
|# 7||Saint Mary's University of Minnesota||$13,330||$73,600|
|# 8||Winona State University||$7,598||$72,500|
|# 9||Minnesota State University-Moorhead||$7,384||$72,200|
|# 10||St. Catherine University||$6,675||$70,200|
|# 11||Bethel University - MN||$13,330||$70,800|
|# 12||Bemidji State University||$8,758||$67,600|
|# 13||The College of Saint Scholastica||$12,640||$65,000|
|# 14||Crown College||$14,720||$62,000|
|# 15||University of Northwestern - St. Paul||$14,080||$53,400|
2020 Online Colleges in Minnesota Ranking Details
For each school, we conducted manual research to provide prospective students with more details about the schools' online programs. Explore online degrees offered and accreditation information below.
- News. Minnesota Office of Higher Education. Accessed September 19, 2019. http://www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=2304.