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See which majors are most popular at MSU, Mankato and what recent graduates plan to do after earning their bachelor's degree.
Discover how many students who start at MSU, Mankato finish their bachelor's degree and how long it takes.
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Minnesota State Mankato is a public, master's-level university where supportive teaching and groundbreaking research go hand-in-hand to help people achieve beyond what they thought possible.
Minnesota State Mankato offers more than 140 undergraduate and nearly 80 graduate programs, including four doctoral degrees. Accomplished faculty and staff work with students to form a supportive scholarly community that explores, analyzes and solves problems in service to a better society and world. Enrollment is the highest in a decade, and includes 600 international students from 80 countries. Our 112,000 alumni around the globe continually bring the proud Maverick tradition to new heights.
Our 350-acre campus overlooks the beautiful Minnesota River Valley, and Greater Mankato provides students with numerous cultural, sports, political, social, religious and recreational opportunities.
Students live and learn in a dynamic, welcoming environment. Campus life is vibrant with more than 200 student organizations and various athletic, arts and academic events. Many take advantage of the First Year Seminar support program and learning communities where they share residence hall floors and course schedules with others in their major. New and upgraded facilities include a recreation complex, a student union, science labs and classrooms, and a suite-style residence hall.