Top Sociology Schools in North Dakota

Interested in a graduate degree in Sociology from a top program within the state of North Dakota? We offer rankings of best North Dakota Sociology graduate programs. Review the following schools to see requirements for Master and Doctoral degrees in the area of Sociology.

Sociology Schools in North Dakota

North Dakota

North Dakota [ n ɔ ː.theta də kə ʊ tə], German North Dakota, abbreviation N. D. and N. Dak., Post officially ND, state located in the Midwestern United States, on the border with Canada, 178,630 km 2, (2015) 756 900 residents (1960: 632 400, 1980: 652 700, 2000: 642 200 residents). Administratively divided into 53 districts (counties). The capital is Bismarck.

Law and Politics

Constitution of 1889 (with numerous amendments); Senate with 47, House of Representatives with 94 members. North Dakota is represented in Congress by 2 Senators and 1 MP.


The eastern part of the state extends in the central lowlands of North America. The Missouri Plateau, traversed by the Missouri (average 600 m above sea level, White Butte 1,069 m above sea level) in the west belongs to the Great Plains. In the southwest, extensive badlands in tertiary sediments. The climate is characterized by long, sometimes extremely cold winters and short summers. The annual rainfall (June maximum) decreases from 500 mm in the east to 350 mm in the west.


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