Following are the top colleges for Forestry degrees in Minnesota for educational quality and the tuition. Minnesota universities and colleges saw 19 Forestry students graduate with undergraduate degrees in 2017. Starting out, these grads will make about $38,635 on average. The average income increases to $67,437, mid-career.
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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. With more than 20,000 undergraduates, this institution is one of the largest schools in the nation.
This school is well-known for its support of military personnel and is the 8 best in the nation for veterans. This school's student loan default rate of 2.1% is far below the U.S. average of 7.0%. Ever wish colleges and universities had a report card? Now they are. Check out University of Minnesota - Twin Cities' scorecard.