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By the OnlineU team | Updated 2/6/2023

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Average Financial Aid: $5,537

Accreditation: Minnesota State University at Mankato is acredited by 12 agencies

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Minnesota State University at Mankato Rankings by Salary Score

Salary Score for Online Degrees at Minnesota State University at Mankato

Bachelor's Degrees

Business Administration, Management and Operations $21,500 $44,376 61
Dental Support Services and Allied Professions $20,125 $57,048 55
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $15,102 $66,220 53

Master's Degrees

Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas Not Reported $50,350 54
Special Education and Teaching $27,312 $50,266 48
Education, General Not Reported $48,241 40
Accounting and Related Services Not Reported $57,947 37
Rhetoric and Composition/Writing Studies Not Reported $33,436 34
Educational Administration and Supervision $19,269 $47,508 26
Communication and Media Studies Not Reported $40,150 25

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Nikolas Blaubach

Reviewed: 11/22/2021

Degree: Engineering

The material we learn has zero value in this world. My engineering courses have problems that are 2 pages long (MINIMUM). I felt that I was completely screwed out of 4 years and financially. I would like for people to know that everything I learned here, I could easily learn by myself and be 100% more effective at it. There is no point doing math equations that were done 100 years ago when we have the technology to do it instantly. Find a school that teaches real world implications.


Reviewed: 9/2/2019

Degree: Special Education

This was the absolute worst university I have ever experienced. My advisor did not review my transcript after I transferred from the University of Minnesota, and I ended up repeating one course and taking two that did not apply to my degree at all. There is no communication whatsoever. I tried to get in contact with my advisor for three months through phone calls, emails, etc. and was never responded to. I had to leave the program and transfer to the complete lack of communication, and irresponsibility... Read More