We have found 5 undergraduate business schools in Minnesota that offer full-time BBA programs leading to a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see acceptance rate, in-state and out-of-state tuition as well as total enrollment for each of Minnesota BBA colleges.
- CAMPINGSHIP: Historical and genealogical overview of state Minnesota. Includes population and religion as well as landmarks and major counties in Minnesota.
List of Best Undergraduate Business Schools in Minnesota
Nature of Minnesota
The state of Minnesota is located in the Midwest of the United States and belongs to the northwestern central states of the United States. The territory of the state of Minnesota is 225,181 km 2 (12th place among the states of the USA).
Minnesota is bordered by Canada to the north, Michigan to the northeast (water border on Lake Superior), Wisconsin to the east, Iowa to the south, South Dakota and North Dakota to the west.
Minnesota is the northernmost state in the continental United States, only Alaska is further north.
Northeast Minnesota is part of the Laurentian Uplands, the oldest (over 2.7 billion years) geological formation. This region is characterized by a thin layer of soil, numerous rock outcrops, thousands of lakes and streams. It is here that the highest point of the state is located – Eagle Mountain (701 meters above sea level), reserves Voyagers National Park, Lake Superior National Forest, Chippewa National Forest and others.
Almost the entire north of Minnesota is covered by what is known as Laurentian mixed forests. Pine, spruce, fir, juniper, aspen, oak, birch, mountain ash, maple grow here. Black bears, moose, white-tailed deer, lynx and many other animals live in the forests. Minnesota has the largest wolf population in the US outside of Alaska.
The northwest of the state is a vast plain that was once the bottom of a lake formed by a melting glacier (in general, during the last glaciation, glaciers covered almost the entire surface of modern Minnesota, with the exception of only the southeast of the state). The west and southwest of Minnesota are prairies covered with grasses and steppe shrubs. Deciduous forests are located in the southeast of the state.
Minnesota is called the “State of Ten Thousand Lakes”, according to official statistics, there are almost twelve thousand lakes in the state, the area of which exceeds ten acres (40,000 m 2). The largest and deepest of them is, of course, Lake Superior, one of the Great Lakes of North America.