Minn. university reviews graduate degrees after enrollment declines

11/12/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

The University of Minnesota is reviewing its graduate programs after a reported 9% drop in overall enrollment in the past five years. Data from the university show graduate enrollment in arts and humanities has declined more than 17%, with education programs dropping 13% across campuses over the past five years. The business program took the biggest hit, losing almost a quarter of its students in that time, the data showed.

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