There are 20 colleges in North Dakota, 14 public and 6 private, offering a wide range of programs and majors. North Dakota has both small schools (defined as less than 2000 students) and "very large" ones (10,000 or more students) and everything in between, including community colleges, in urban and rural environments.
North Dakota State University is the largest institution in the state. Its flagship campus is located in Fargo, and among traditional degrees in dozens of programs, North Dakota State University offers many unique fields of study, including Communication and Signal Processing, Emergency Management, Health Communication, and Behavioral Statistics.
The private Jamestown College has been ranked in the first tier among undergraduate colleges in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report every year since 2007. Located in Jamestown, the Presbyterian Church-affiliated institution was founded in 1883 (six years before North Dakota became a state) making it the oldest in North Dakota.
The University of North Dakota, located in Grand Forks, boasts the state's only medical and law schools, and is renowned for its School of Aerospace Sciences which is home to the largest fleet of civilian flight training aircraft in North America.
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