Top Minnesota Schools for Forestry

College Factual's 2017 Forestry Rankings Guide for Minnesota

Not many schools in Minnesota provide forestry as a major. Just 1 to be exact.

The usual cost of a forestry degree nationally is $139,914.

Starting salaries of $38,635 and mid-career salaries of $67,437 are typical for a graduate with a forestry degree.  Keep reading to learn what schools offer the best outcomes for Forestry grads.

Minnesota State's Best Schools to Study Forestry are Below

Keep scrolling to see the best universities and colleges in Minnesota for forestry majors. Some of the factors included in the ranking methodology are graduate salaries, loan default rates, accreditation, and more.

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University of Minnesota - Twin Cities is a wonderful option for students pursuing a Forestry degree. After getting their bachelor's degree, forestry students usually make about $40,173 at the beginning of their careers. Positioned in Minneapolis, Minnesota, this university is best suited for students who blossom in a city atmosphere.

Around 14.0% of UMN Twin Cities applicants submit their SAT scores, which average around 1,310.Roughly 91.0% of applicants submit ACT scores, with the average score being in the 28 range. Interested in learning a little more about University of Minnesota - Twin Cities' campus? Have a virtual tour.

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