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The data here shows the median annual wage for undergraduate alumni from Minnesota colleges and universities employed full-time at any point during the year, beginning approximately 36 months after graduation (year 4).*   The data compares the median annual wage for undergraduate alumni from Concordia University, St. Paul against the average median annual wage of other Minnesota colleges and universities within the categories as shown above and defined below.

$58,112
Concordia University, St. Paul
$51,761
Metropolitan State University
$46,740
University of Minnesota Crookston
$50,638
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
$41,767
University of Minnesota Morris
$43,456
Bemidji State University
$43,339
Minnesota State University Moorhead
$45,261
Minnesota State University, Mankato
$45,066
St. Cloud State University
$44,601
University of Minnesota Duluth
$43,583
Winona State University
$41,438
Southwest Minnesota State University

$58,112
Concordia University, St. Paul
$48,188
Augsburg College
$53,846
Bethel University
$53,929
Carleton College
$56,216
College of Saint Scholastica
$44,435
Concordia College
$42,124
Hamline University
$34,336
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
$53,430
Saint John’s University
$57,719
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota
$48,990
St. Olaf College
$52,052
University of St. Thomas
$51,117
St. Catherine University
$40,154
Macalester College
$44,595
College of Saint Benedict
$34,831
Bethany Lutheran College
$46,597
Crown College
$35,323
North Central University
$54,290
Presentation College (Fairmont)
$42,951
University of Northwestern – St. Paul

$58,112
Concordia University, St. Paul
$42,050
Dunwoody College of Technology
$47,767
Globe University (Woodbury)
$33,473
McNally Smith College of Music
$42,820
Minnesota School of Business (Blaine)
$46,721
Minnesota School of Business (Brooklyn Center)
$48,324
Sanford-Brown College (Mendota Heights)
$39,928
National American University (Bloomington)
$55,774
National American University (Roseville)
$50,327
Minnesota School of Business (Plymouth)
$51,520
Minnesota School of Business (Richfield)
$42,955
Minnesota School of Business (Rochester)
$41,716
Minnesota School of Business (St. Cloud)
$48,874
Rasmussen College (St. Cloud)
$42,911
Rasmussen College (Lake Elmo)
$54,145
ITT Technical Institute (Eden Prairie)
$47,440
Argosy University/Twin Cities
$67,070
DeVry University-Minnesota
$70,898
University of Phoenix-Minnesota
 

Public Universities: A public university is a university that is predominantly funded by public means through a national or subnational government, as opposed to private universities.

Private Universities: Private universities are not operated by governments, although many receive tax breaks, public student loans, and grants. Depending on their location, private universities may be subject to government regulation.

For-Profit Universities For-profit higher education in the United States (known as for-profit college or proprietary education in some instances) refers to higher education educational institutions operated by private, profit-seeking businesses.


* Data shown only for MN institutions that offer programs comparable to those offered by Concordia University, St. Paul that participated in the study conducted by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, data retrieved 4/15/2016.

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