Colleges in North Dakota
North Dakota is located just below the Canadian border, near the geographic center of the United States. The third-smallest state by population, North Dakota offers plenty of room to move about its High Plains, the Badlands, and Red River Valley. The state has extremely cold winters and hot summers. But that doesn't keep residents from enjoying night life, museums, the theatre, symphonies, and outdoor recreation. Hunting and fishing top the list of outdoor activities in the summer and winter months, along with hiking, mountain biking, rafting, golfing, and horseback riding.
There are no major Army installations in North Dakota, but there are three active Air Force bases. For Army personnel, the state offers 11 public colleges and four tribal schools. Bismarck, located in the south-central part of North Dakota, is the state capital and educational center with colleges, universities, medical, religious, and scientific schools.
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- Recognized in the first Best for Vets: Business Schools list in Military Times Edge magazine’s 2013 “Best for Vets” edition.
- Offers MUSE (My Unique Student Experience), a content delivery system that gives students the option to watch, view, read or listen to required course materials.
- Allows students to complete courses at whatever pace they want.
- A DANTES-affiliated university and member of the Service Members Opportunity Colleges.
- Offers IntelliPath, a proprietary learning technology that lets students learn at their own pace.
Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University is dedicated to advancing the health of local, national and global communities. Established in 1997, the Milken Institute SPH brings together the fields of medicine, business and education to develop professionals with the skills and knowledge to tackle complex global health challenges.
You need to have a Bachelor’s degree to be qualified for this school.
Founded in 1911, Southern Methodist University (SMU) is a nationally ranked private university with seven degree-granting schools.
Programs: M.S. in Data Science
As the nation’s oldest school of social work, Simmons School of Social Work (SSW) has been training clinical social workers to improve the well-being of individuals and communities for more than 100 years. Co-founded in Boston with Harvard University in 1904, SSW is dedicated to promoting social action and rooted in the belief that all individuals have the capacity and deserve the resources to grow, change, and improve their lives.
Programs: Master of Social Work
Locations: New York
Nursing@Simmons, the innovative, online nursing degree program from Simmons School of Nursing and Health Sciences prepares Registered Nurses for the next stage of their careers.
You need to have a Bachelor’s degree and RN license to be qualified for this school.
Established in 1901, the College of Engineering and Computer Science has built a vibrant community of leaders with a reputation for responsiveness in meeting regional, national, and global needs. Our students, faculty, and alumni are united by our "spirit to seek," as we actively pursue innovative solutions to complex new challenges.
Programs: MS in Computer Science
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