BSU among Minnesota’s leaders for women in tech

Bemidji State University has been named one Minnesota’s leading institutions for women interested in technology-related majors by The College Database.

college-rankingsThe survey, “Best Colleges in Minnesota for Women in Tech,” highlights post-secondary institutions in Minnesota producing the most female graduates in technology-related majors during the 2012 school year. The list included 10 schools in Minnesota; Bemidji State ranked 8th.

The College Database used the following methodology to identify the top colleges shaping the next generation:

– Must be fully accredited
– Four-year colleges only
– Public or private, not-for-profit colleges only
– No for-profit schools
– U.S. colleges only
– Minimum of five female tech grads in 2012

The College Database gathers information from publicly available resources such as the Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System, the National Center for Education Statistics and the Carnegie Classification system.

About The College Database
The College Database is a not-for-profit organization whose goal is to provide free information about education options both nationally and locally to students, parents and other interested parties. The goal is accomplished by making all information and tools on the site free and easy to access. While still a relatively young company, The College Database has become a leader in providing educational information to libraries, high schools and career centers across the country.

OCD “Best Colleges in Minnesota for Women in Tech” list