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Minot State University Bottineau Campus

Minot State University Bottineau Campus

Minot State University-Bottineau campus or simply MSU-Bottineau is located in Bottineau, North Dakota. This public institute was founded in 1906 as North Dakota State School of Forestry. After becoming affiliated with the North Dakota State University in 1968, it changed its name to North Dakota State University-Bottineau Branch. In 1996, it changed affiliations and became Minot State University-Bottineau Campus. In August 2009, the institute changed its name to Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB).

The 35 acre campus is located near the Turtle Mountains. Since its inception DCB has been known for its programs on environment protection. It offers undergraduate courses on arboriculture and urban forestry, wildlife management and veterinary science. The college also offers scholarships like the Dr. David Aarhus Memorial Scholarship, the Gregory Conrad Swanson Scholarship and the Olive Tait Benson Scholarship. Its varsity athletic teams are known as the Lumberjacks (men's teams) and Ladyjacks (women's teams).

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Natural Resources/Conservation, General
Urban Forestry
Wildlife, Fish And Wildlands Science And Management
Computer Systems Networking And Telecommunications
Web/Multimedia Management And Webmaster
Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services, Other
Teacher Assistant/Aide
Human Development, Family Studies, And Related Services, Other
Liberal Arts And Sciences/Liberal Studies
Parks, Recreation And Leisure Studies
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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