Graduate School

Food Science (Twin Cities)

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Applications for Admission

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Food Science (Twin Cities)

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Applications 163 133 145 121 95 101 80 63 79 64
  MS 107 66% 96 72% 106 73% 92 76% 61 64% 72 71% 63 79% 45 71% 59 75% 50 78%
  PhD 56 34% 37 28% 39 27% 29 24% 34 36% 29 29% 17 21% 18 29% 20 25% 14 22%
  Female 113 69% 91 68% 96 66% 82 68% 67 71% 76 75% 58 73% 42 67% 53 67% 31 48%
  Male 50 31% 42 32% 49 34% 39 32% 28 30% 24 24% 22 28% 21 33% 22 28% 30 47%
  International 121 74% 90 68% 95 66% 85 70% 71 75% 69 68% 55 69% 48 76% 53 67% 44 69%
  Minority 9 6% 5 4% 11 8% 12 10% 3 3% 12 12% 7 9% 4 6% 8 10% 9 14%

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

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Applications 862 775 732 748 684 701 557 575 561 669
  Masters 473 55% 446 58% 423 58% 433 58% 362 53% 385 55% 313 56% 299 52% 304 54% 346 52%
  Doctoral 389 45% 329 43% 309 42% 315 42% 322 47% 316 45% 244 44% 276 48% 257 46% 323 48%
  Female 474 55% 401 52% 391 53% 393 53% 364 53% 410 59% 315 57% 309 54% 306 55% 333 50%
  Male 385 45% 371 48% 337 46% 351 47% 314 46% 287 41% 240 43% 260 45% 233 42% 300 45%
  International 473 55% 394 51% 381 52% 379 51% 361 53% 325 46% 269 48% 300 52% 277 49% 347 52%
  Minority 48 6% 40 5% 44 6% 54 7% 46 7% 59 8% 58 10% 53 9% 45 8% 65 10%

All University of Minnesota graduate programs

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Applications 21,321 21,033 21,286 20,131 20,070 20,223 19,282 19,135 19,480 19,672
  Female 10,619 50% 10,116 48% 10,258 48% 9,674 48% 9,696 48% 10,125 50% 9,770 51% 9,757 51% 9,584 49% 9,823 50%
  Male 10,519 49% 10,724 51% 10,872 51% 10,313 51% 10,158 51% 9,833 49% 9,239 48% 9,174 48% 8,938 46% 8,810 45%
  International 9,764 46% 9,874 47% 10,063 47% 9,405 47% 9,160 46% 8,968 44% 8,247 43% 8,270 43% 8,428 43% 8,156 42%
  Minority 2,067 10% 2,053 10% 2,200 10% 2,327 12% 2,566 13% 2,764 14% 2,828 15% 2,797 15% 3,068 16% 3,470 18%
    Notes:
  1. These tables show how many applications were received requesting admission for a given academic year, regardless of when the application was received.
  2. Applications are actually for an academic term; consecutive Summer, Fall, and Spring terms comprise an academic year (most applications are for Fall terms).
  3. Depending on the page you are viewing, you will see one or more of: data for an individual graduate program, followed by data for all programs in that program's college, followed by data for all U of M graduate programs.
  4. Data is from the University of Minnesota's Peoplesoft student information system, via the data warehouse (dw.umn.edu).
  5. Most applications are processed by the Graduate Admissions office, but some programs will process their own applications, or use a national application service. Application data shown here for these other programs may be incomplete if, for example, only the admitted applications are entered into the Peoplesoft system rather than all applications.
  6. For each category (e.g. Masters), the percentage shown is the percentage of the total applications for the group.
  7. Gender is self-reported. Reporting gender is optional, so males+females may not equal the total.
  8. "International" means applicants who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
  9. "Minority" includes citizens and permanent residents of African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Chicano/Latino, American Indian, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ethnicity.
  10. Ethnicity is self-reported.
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Admission Yield

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Food Science (Twin Cities)

Admits 22 14% 32 24% 24 17% 22 18% 19 20% 20 20% 20 25% 12 19% 14 18% 22 34%
  MS 19 18% 22 23% 17 16% 17 19% 11 18% 14 19% 18 29% 9 20% 12 20% 18 36%
  PhD 3 5% 10 27% 7 18% 5 17% 8 24% 6 21% 2 12% 3 17% 2 10% 4 29%
  Female 17 15% 18 20% 16 17% 14 17% 12 18% 15 20% 19 33% 8 19% 10 19% 13 42%
  Male 5 10% 14 33% 8 16% 8 21% 7 25% 5 21% 1 5% 4 19% 4 18% 9 30%
  International 6 5% 15 17% 10 11% 8 9% 12 17% 10 15% 10 18% 4 8% 4 8% 13 30%
  Minority 5 56% 0 0% 3 27% 3 25% 1 33% 5 42% 3 43% 2 50% 2 25% 4 44%

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Admits 263 31% 273 35% 288 39% 308 41% 270 40% 274 39% 232 42% 232 40% 241 43% 254 38%
  Masters 144 30% 159 36% 164 39% 168 39% 137 38% 148 38% 127 41% 111 37% 118 39% 132 38%
  Doctoral 119 31% 114 35% 124 40% 140 44% 133 41% 126 40% 105 43% 121 44% 123 48% 122 38%
  Female 132 28% 134 33% 149 38% 159 41% 141 39% 156 38% 136 43% 136 44% 128 42% 130 39%
  Male 131 34% 138 37% 138 41% 147 42% 127 40% 117 41% 95 40% 96 37% 110 47% 121 40%
  International 102 22% 109 28% 120 32% 112 30% 120 33% 96 30% 82 31% 87 29% 90 33% 110 32%
  Minority 19 40% 11 28% 20 46% 18 33% 24 52% 22 37% 27 47% 31 59% 21 47% 29 45%

All University of Minnesota graduate programs

Admits 7,935 37% 8,035 38% 8,333 39% 8,547 43% 8,721 44% 8,791 44% 8,561 44% 8,669 45% 9,155 47% 9,251 47%
  Female 4,284 40% 4,308 43% 4,480 44% 4,663 48% 4,803 50% 4,897 48% 4,869 50% 4,881 50% 5,044 53% 5,162 53%
  Male 3,612 34% 3,693 34% 3,817 35% 3,836 37% 3,859 38% 3,831 39% 3,629 39% 3,707 40% 3,803 43% 3,754 43%
  International 2,176 22% 2,199 22% 2,346 23% 2,535 27% 2,531 28% 2,527 28% 2,414 29% 2,597 31% 2,750 33% 2,879 35%
  Minority 973 47% 956 47% 1,070 49% 1,219 52% 1,384 54% 1,463 53% 1,531 54% 1,506 54% 1,754 57% 1,894 55%
    Notes:
  1. These tables show how many applications were offered admission for a given academic year.
  2. Admission is actually by academic term; consecutive Summer, Fall, and Spring terms comprise an academic year.
  3. Data is from the University of Minnesota's Peoplesoft student information system, via the data warehouse (dw.umn.edu).
  4. Most applications are processed by the Graduate Admissions office, but some programs will process their own applications, or use a national application service. Application data shown here for these other programs may be incomplete if, for example, only the admitted applications are entered into the Peoplesoft system rather than all applications.
  5. For each category (e.g. Masters), the percentage shown is the percentage of the applications for that category that were offered admission, or the "yield."
  6. Gender is self-reported. Reporting gender is optional, so males+females may not equal the total.
  7. "International" means applicants who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
  8. "Minority" includes citizens and permanent residents of African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Chicano/Latino, American Indian, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ethnicity.
  9. Ethnicity is self-reported.
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Admit Pool Characteristics

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Food Science (Twin Cities)

Admits 22 32 24 22 19 20 20 12 14 22
  MS 19 86% 22 69% 17 71% 17 77% 11 58% 14 70% 18 90% 9 75% 12 86% 18 82%
  PhD 3 14% 10 31% 7 29% 5 23% 8 42% 6 30% 2 10% 3 25% 2 14% 4 18%
  Female 17 77% 18 56% 16 67% 14 64% 12 63% 15 75% 19 95% 8 67% 10 71% 13 59%
  Male 5 23% 14 44% 8 33% 8 36% 7 37% 5 25% 1 5% 4 33% 4 29% 9 41%
  International 6 27% 15 47% 10 42% 8 36% 12 63% 10 50% 10 50% 4 33% 4 29% 13 59%
  Minority 5 23% 0 0% 3 13% 3 14% 1 5% 5 25% 3 15% 2 17% 2 14% 4 18%

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Admits 263 273 288 308 270 274 232 232 241 254
  Masters 144 55% 159 58% 164 57% 168 55% 137 51% 148 54% 127 55% 111 48% 118 49% 132 52%
  Doctoral 119 45% 114 42% 124 43% 140 46% 133 49% 126 46% 105 45% 121 52% 123 51% 122 48%
  Female 132 50% 134 49% 149 52% 159 52% 141 52% 156 57% 136 59% 136 59% 128 53% 130 51%
  Male 131 50% 138 51% 138 48% 147 48% 127 47% 117 43% 95 41% 96 41% 110 46% 121 48%
  International 102 39% 109 40% 120 42% 112 36% 120 44% 96 35% 82 35% 87 38% 90 37% 110 43%
  Minority 19 7% 11 4% 20 7% 18 6% 24 9% 22 8% 27 12% 31 13% 21 9% 29 11%

All University of Minnesota graduate programs

Admits 7,935 8,035 8,333 8,547 8,721 8,791 8,561 8,669 9,155 9,251
  Female 4,284 54% 4,308 54% 4,480 54% 4,663 55% 4,803 55% 4,897 56% 4,869 57% 4,881 56% 5,044 55% 5,162 56%
  Male 3,612 46% 3,693 46% 3,817 46% 3,836 45% 3,859 44% 3,831 44% 3,629 42% 3,707 43% 3,803 42% 3,754 41%
  International 2,176 27% 2,199 27% 2,346 28% 2,535 30% 2,531 29% 2,527 29% 2,414 28% 2,597 30% 2,750 30% 2,879 31%
  Minority 973 12% 956 12% 1,070 13% 1,219 14% 1,384 16% 1,463 17% 1,531 18% 1,506 17% 1,754 19% 1,894 21%
    Notes:
  1. These tables show how many offers of admission were made for a given academic year, and the makeup of the admit pool.
  2. Data is from the University of Minnesota's Peoplesoft student information system, via the data warehouse (dw.umn.edu).
  3. Most applications are processed by the Graduate Admissions office, but some programs will process their own applications, or use a national application service. Application data shown here for these other programs may be incomplete if, for example, only the admitted applications are entered into the Peoplesoft system rather than all applications.
  4. For each category (e.g. Masters), the percentage shown is the percentage of the total admits for the entire group.
  5. Gender is self-reported. Reporting gender is optional, so males+females may not equal the total.
  6. "International" means applicants who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
  7. "Minority" includes citizens and permanent residents of African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Chicano/Latino, American Indian, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ethnicity.
  8. Ethnicity is self-reported.
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Matriculation (New Registrant) Yield

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Food Science (Twin Cities)

Matriculations 22 100% 29 91% 24 100% 20 91% 17 90% 17 85% 16 80% 12 100% 12 86% 15 68%
  MS 19 100% 21 96% 17 100% 16 94% 9 82% 11 79% 15 83% 9 100% 10 83% 13 72%
  PhD 3 100% 8 80% 7 100% 4 80% 8 100% 6 100% 1 50% 3 100% 2 100% 2 50%
  Female 17 100% 15 83% 16 100% 12 86% 11 92% 14 93% 16 84% 8 100% 9 90% 11 85%
  Male 5 100% 14 100% 8 100% 8 100% 6 86% 3 60% 0 0% 4 100% 3 75% 4 44%
  International 6 100% 12 80% 10 100% 6 75% 10 83% 8 80% 7 70% 4 100% 4 100% 8 62%
  Minority 5 100% 0 3 100% 3 100% 1 100% 4 80% 2 67% 2 100% 1 50% 3 75%

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Matriculations 183 70% 166 61% 188 65% 195 63% 155 57% 171 62% 135 58% 136 59% 153 64% 142 56%
  Masters 105 73% 107 67% 116 71% 113 67% 91 66% 99 67% 83 65% 85 77% 87 74% 94 71%
  Doctoral 78 66% 59 52% 72 58% 82 59% 64 48% 72 57% 52 50% 51 42% 66 54% 48 39%
  Female 90 68% 78 58% 98 66% 104 65% 77 55% 97 62% 86 63% 85 63% 83 65% 74 57%
  Male 93 71% 88 64% 90 65% 91 62% 78 61% 74 63% 49 52% 51 53% 68 62% 66 55%
  International 60 59% 52 48% 59 49% 51 46% 45 38% 43 45% 34 42% 31 36% 39 43% 44 40%
  Minority 13 68% 4 36% 19 95% 13 72% 21 88% 19 86% 16 59% 20 65% 15 71% 24 83%

All University of Minnesota graduate programs

Matriculations 4,875 61% 4,845 60% 4,951 59% 4,982 58% 5,044 58% 5,055 58% 4,777 56% 4,791 55% 4,679 51% 4,706 51%
  Female 2,674 62% 2,664 62% 2,734 61% 2,790 60% 2,834 59% 2,884 59% 2,763 57% 2,766 57% 2,727 54% 2,713 53%
  Male 2,183 60% 2,166 59% 2,209 58% 2,169 57% 2,186 57% 2,155 56% 1,999 55% 2,008 54% 1,840 48% 1,846 49%
  International 955 44% 954 43% 990 42% 1,070 42% 1,115 44% 1,104 44% 1,017 42% 1,091 42% 830 30% 1,154 40%
  Minority 627 64% 618 65% 692 65% 791 65% 817 59% 830 57% 871 57% 874 58% 963 55% 960 51%
    Notes:
  1. These tables show how many students matriculated (enrolled for the term for which they were admitted) for a given academic year.
  2. Data is from the University of Minnesota's Peoplesoft student information system, via the data warehouse (dw.umn.edu).
  3. Most applications are processed by the Graduate Admissions office, but some programs will process their own applications, or use a national application service. Application data shown here for these other programs may be incomplete if, for example, only the admitted applications are entered into the Peoplesoft system rather than all applications.
  4. For each category (e.g. Masters), the percentage shown is the percentage of the admits for the category that matriculated, or the "yield."
  5. Gender is self-reported. Reporting gender is optional, so males+females may not equal the total.
  6. "International" means students who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
  7. "Minority" includes citizens and permanent residents of African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Chicano/Latino, American Indian, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ethnicity.
  8. Ethnicity is self-reported.
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Matriculation Pool Characteristics

Item2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-182018-192019-202020-212021-22

Food Science (Twin Cities)

Matriculations 22 29 24 20 17 17 16 12 12 15
  MS 19 86% 21 72% 17 71% 16 80% 9 53% 11 65% 15 94% 9 75% 10 83% 13 87%
  PhD 3 14% 8 28% 7 29% 4 20% 8 47% 6 35% 1 6% 3 25% 2 17% 2 13%
  Female 17 77% 15 52% 16 67% 12 60% 11 65% 14 82% 16 100% 8 67% 9 75% 11 73%
  Male 5 23% 14 48% 8 33% 8 40% 6 35% 3 18% 0 0% 4 33% 3 25% 4 27%
  International 6 27% 12 41% 10 42% 6 30% 10 59% 8 47% 7 44% 4 33% 4 33% 8 53%
  Minority 5 23% 0 0% 3 13% 3 15% 1 6% 4 24% 2 13% 2 17% 1 8% 3 20%

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Matriculations 183 166 188 195 155 171 135 136 153 142
  Masters 105 57% 107 65% 116 62% 113 58% 91 59% 99 58% 83 62% 85 63% 87 57% 94 66%
  Doctoral 78 43% 59 36% 72 38% 82 42% 64 41% 72 42% 52 39% 51 38% 66 43% 48 34%
  Female 90 49% 78 47% 98 52% 104 53% 77 50% 97 57% 86 64% 85 63% 83 54% 74 52%
  Male 93 51% 88 53% 90 48% 91 47% 78 50% 74 43% 49 36% 51 38% 68 44% 66 47%
  International 60 33% 52 31% 59 31% 51 26% 45 29% 43 25% 34 25% 31 23% 39 26% 44 31%
  Minority 13 7% 4 2% 19 10% 13 7% 21 14% 19 11% 16 12% 20 15% 15 10% 24 17%

All University of Minnesota graduate programs

Matriculations 4,875 4,845 4,951 4,982 5,044 5,055 4,777 4,791 4,679 4,706
  Female 2,674 55% 2,664 55% 2,734 55% 2,790 56% 2,834 56% 2,884 57% 2,763 58% 2,766 58% 2,727 58% 2,713 58%
  Male 2,183 45% 2,166 45% 2,209 45% 2,169 44% 2,186 43% 2,155 43% 1,999 42% 2,008 42% 1,840 39% 1,846 39%
  International 955 20% 954 20% 990 20% 1,070 22% 1,115 22% 1,104 22% 1,017 21% 1,091 23% 830 18% 1,154 25%
  Minority 627 13% 618 13% 692 14% 791 16% 817 16% 830 16% 871 18% 874 18% 963 21% 960 20%
    Notes:
  1. These tables show how many students matriculated (enrolled for the term for which they were admitted) for a given academic year, and the makeup of the matriculation pool.
  2. For each category (e.g. Masters), the percentage shown is the percentage of the total matriculations for the entire group.
  3. Gender is self-reported. Reporting gender is optional, so males+females may not equal the total.
  4. "International" means students who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States.
  5. "Minority" includes citizens and permanent residents of African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Chicano/Latino, American Indian, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander ethnicity.
  6. Ethnicity is self-reported.
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GRE Score Distribution, Admitted Students

Food Science (Twin Cities)

Item2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-182018-192019-202020-212021-22
Verbal-old [N:Avg] 14 496 7 479 3 390 1 500 1 400 0 0 1 490 0 0
  200-490 8 57% 4 57% 3 100% 0 0% 1 100% 0 0 1 100% 0 0
  500-590 2 14% 3 43% 0 0% 1 100% 0 0% 0 0 0 0% 0 0
  600-690 3 21% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0 0 0% 0 0
  700-770 1 7% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0 0 0% 0 0
  780-800 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0 0 0% 0 0
Verbal-rev [N:Avg] 14 156 20 155 20 153 20 152 17 151 19 151 19 153 11 154 10 156 8 154
  130-150 3 21% 5 25% 9 45% 7 35% 10 59% 12 63% 6 32% 4 36% 2 20% 1 13%
  151-155 2 14% 6 30% 4 20% 8 40% 3 18% 3 16% 9 47% 1 9% 3 30% 5 63%
  156-160 6 43% 5 25% 5 25% 3 15% 3 18% 4 21% 1 5% 5 46% 3 30% 1 13%
  161-165 3 21% 1 5% 1 5% 1 5% 1 6% 0 0% 2 11% 1 9% 1 10% 0 0%
  166-170 0 0% 3 15% 1 5% 1 5% 0 0% 0 0% 1 5% 0 0% 1 10% 1 13%
Quant-old [N:Avg] 14 679 7 719 3 707 1 800 1 790 0 0 1 670 0 0
  200-490 1 7% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0 0 0% 0 0
  500-590 1 7% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0 0 0% 0 0
  600-690 6 43% 3 43% 1 33% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0 1 100% 0 0
  700-770 4 29% 2 29% 2 67% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0 0 0% 0 0
  780-800 2 14% 2 29% 0 0% 1 100% 1 100% 0 0 0 0% 0 0
Quant-rev [N:Avg] 14 158 20 158 20 160 20 158 17 158 19 156 19 159 11 157 10 156 8 161
  130-150 1 7% 2 10% 0 0% 0 0% 1 6% 3 16% 1 5% 1 9% 1 10% 1 13%
  151-155 4 29% 7 35% 7 35% 8 40% 5 29% 5 26% 3 16% 3 27% 4 40% 1 13%
  156-160 4 29% 4 20% 5 25% 6 30% 4 24% 6 32% 7 37% 5 46% 4 40% 3 38%
  161-165 3 21% 3 15% 4 20% 4 20% 5 29% 4 21% 6 32% 1 9% 1 10% 0 0%
  166-170 2 14% 4 20% 4 20% 2 10% 2 12% 1 5% 2 11% 1 9% 0 0% 3 38%
Analy Writ [N:Avg] 22 3.8 25 3.8 20 3.7 20 3.6 17 3.8 19 3.7 19 3.8 11 4.1 10 4.1 8 3.8
  0.0-3.0 7 32% 7 28% 6 30% 10 50% 6 35% 5 26% 4 21% 1 9% 0 0% 2 25%
  3.5-3.5 3 14% 4 16% 2 10% 4 20% 3 18% 4 21% 4 21% 1 9% 2 20% 1 13%
  4.0-4.0 4 18% 7 28% 8 40% 1 5% 3 18% 8 42% 8 42% 5 46% 6 60% 3 38%
  4.5-5.0 8 36% 7 28% 4 20% 4 20% 4 24% 1 5% 3 16% 3 27% 2 20% 2 25%
  5.5-6.0 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 1 5% 1 6% 1 5% 0 0% 1 9% 0 0% 0 0%

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Item2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-182018-192019-202020-212021-22
Verbal-old [N:Avg] 138 557 73 527 50 545 28 551 10 516 7 607 5 452 3 480 2 455 4 403
  200-490 37 27% 25 34% 20 40% 8 29% 5 50% 1 14% 3 60% 2 67% 1 50% 3 75%
  500-590 47 34% 28 38% 13 26% 9 32% 2 20% 1 14% 2 40% 0 0% 1 50% 1 25%
  600-690 39 28% 16 22% 11 22% 8 29% 2 20% 4 57% 0 0% 1 33% 0 0% 0 0%
  700-770 14 10% 4 6% 6 12% 3 11% 1 10% 1 14% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%
  780-800 1 1% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%
Verbal-rev [N:Avg] 162 157 199 156 238 155 258 156 229 155 230 155 197 156 209 155 186 155 97 155
  130-150 28 17% 44 22% 62 26% 53 21% 66 29% 61 27% 45 23% 49 23% 49 26% 25 26%
  151-155 33 20% 44 22% 60 25% 62 24% 51 22% 61 27% 49 25% 55 26% 51 27% 35 36%
  156-160 46 28% 48 24% 57 24% 64 25% 49 21% 59 26% 50 25% 64 31% 39 21% 15 16%
  161-165 37 23% 45 23% 41 17% 51 20% 44 19% 26 11% 30 15% 31 15% 33 18% 15 16%
  166-170 18 11% 18 9% 18 8% 28 11% 19 8% 23 10% 23 12% 10 5% 14 8% 7 7%
Quant-old [N:Avg] 138 723 73 709 50 725 28 676 10 718 7 700 5 586 3 693 2 655 4 613
  200-490 3 2% 2 3% 0 0% 2 7% 0 0% 0 0% 1 20% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%
  500-590 11 8% 8 11% 4 8% 3 11% 1 10% 0 0% 2 40% 0 0% 0 0% 1 25%
  600-690 29 21% 16 22% 12 24% 8 29% 3 30% 3 43% 1 20% 2 67% 2 100% 3 75%
  700-770 42 30% 22 30% 15 30% 10 36% 1 10% 2 29% 1 20% 1 33% 0 0% 0 0%
  780-800 53 38% 25 34% 19 38% 5 18% 5 50% 2 29% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%
Quant-rev [N:Avg] 162 158 199 159 238 160 258 159 229 159 230 158 197 157 209 158 186 158 97 161
  130-150 19 12% 33 17% 19 8% 26 10% 34 15% 44 19% 38 19% 33 16% 32 17% 9 9%
  151-155 36 22% 32 16% 47 20% 59 23% 47 21% 49 21% 35 18% 45 22% 39 21% 11 11%
  156-160 35 22% 44 22% 59 25% 60 23% 42 18% 53 23% 46 23% 49 23% 52 28% 22 23%
  161-165 34 21% 34 17% 57 24% 56 22% 48 21% 42 18% 43 22% 39 19% 28 15% 18 19%
  166-170 38 24% 56 28% 56 24% 57 22% 58 25% 42 18% 35 18% 43 21% 35 19% 37 38%
Analy Writ [N:Avg] 220 4.0 228 3.9 249 3.9 267 4.0 231 3.9 231 3.9 200 4.1 209 4.0 187 4.0 99 4.0
  0.0-3.0 38 17% 50 22% 60 24% 56 21% 62 27% 43 19% 31 16% 36 17% 31 17% 22 22%
  3.5-3.5 37 17% 37 16% 47 19% 44 17% 38 17% 42 18% 36 18% 39 19% 31 17% 18 18%
  4.0-4.0 57 26% 65 29% 74 30% 72 27% 59 26% 76 33% 55 28% 57 27% 56 30% 29 29%
  4.5-5.0 78 36% 68 30% 56 23% 83 31% 62 27% 58 25% 67 34% 71 34% 61 33% 23 23%
  5.5-6.0 10 5% 8 4% 12 5% 12 5% 10 4% 12 5% 11 6% 6 3% 8 4% 7 7%

All University of Minnesota graduate programs

Item2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-182018-192019-202020-212021-22
Verbal-old [N:Avg] 2,252 559 989 556 590 550 344 557 212 529 161 543 106 514 91 538 81 514 70 530
  200-490 614 27% 283 29% 177 30% 99 29% 79 37% 51 32% 42 40% 29 32% 37 46% 29 41%
  500-590 741 33% 325 33% 199 34% 101 29% 68 32% 63 39% 41 39% 34 37% 20 25% 16 23%
  600-690 659 29% 276 28% 158 27% 109 32% 55 26% 38 24% 18 17% 23 25% 18 22% 21 30%
  700-770 226 10% 95 10% 53 9% 33 10% 10 5% 8 5% 5 5% 5 6% 6 7% 2 3%
  780-800 12 1% 10 1% 3 1% 2 1% 0 0% 1 1% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 2 3%
Verbal-rev [N:Avg] 2,979 157 3,526 156 3,934 156 4,032 156 4,165 156 4,217 156 4,106 156 4,144 156 4,009 156 1,949 155
  130-150 563 19% 781 22% 874 22% 847 21% 935 22% 843 20% 800 20% 833 20% 844 21% 467 24%
  151-155 601 20% 847 24% 1,013 26% 1,052 26% 1,117 27% 1,122 27% 1,076 26% 1,141 28% 1,123 28% 588 30%
  156-160 829 28% 866 25% 960 24% 1,005 25% 1,030 25% 1,096 26% 1,101 27% 1,084 26% 1,050 26% 464 24%
  161-165 660 22% 663 19% 747 19% 775 19% 731 18% 759 18% 791 19% 771 19% 674 17% 304 16%
  166-170 326 11% 369 11% 340 9% 353 9% 352 9% 397 9% 338 8% 315 8% 318 8% 126 7%
Quant-old [N:Avg] 2,253 712 989 692 590 681 344 667 212 637 161 639 106 620 91 630 81 603 70 630
  200-490 119 5% 71 7% 52 9% 37 11% 32 15% 18 11% 16 15% 13 14% 17 21% 8 11%
  500-590 203 9% 125 13% 81 14% 49 14% 31 15% 34 21% 24 23% 19 21% 18 22% 17 24%
  600-690 427 19% 226 23% 128 22% 90 26% 67 32% 57 35% 30 28% 27 30% 22 27% 25 36%
  700-770 573 25% 246 25% 160 27% 89 26% 49 23% 27 17% 23 22% 26 29% 16 20% 15 21%
  780-800 931 41% 321 33% 169 29% 79 23% 33 16% 25 16% 13 12% 6 7% 8 10% 5 7%
Quant-rev [N:Avg] 2,979 158 3,526 159 3,934 159 4,032 160 4,165 159 4,217 159 4,106 160 4,144 160 4,009 160 1,949 161
  130-150 477 16% 542 15% 614 16% 593 15% 661 16% 650 15% 624 15% 622 15% 628 16% 247 13%
  151-155 572 19% 600 17% 638 16% 673 17% 662 16% 678 16% 628 15% 647 16% 605 15% 228 12%
  156-160 589 20% 684 19% 763 19% 734 18% 802 19% 789 19% 748 18% 743 18% 684 17% 339 17%
  161-165 610 21% 833 24% 879 22% 862 21% 889 21% 869 21% 790 19% 780 19% 702 18% 428 22%
  166-170 731 25% 867 25% 1,040 26% 1,170 29% 1,151 28% 1,231 29% 1,316 32% 1,352 33% 1,390 35% 707 36%
Analy Writ [N:Avg] 3,711 4.1 3,883 4.0 4,131 4.0 4,159 4.0 4,256 4.0 4,287 4.0 4,165 4.0 4,190 4.0 4,058 4.0 1,991 3.9
  0.0-3.0 656 18% 789 20% 875 21% 936 23% 920 22% 750 18% 700 17% 722 17% 768 19% 411 21%
  3.5-3.5 663 18% 663 17% 710 17% 657 16% 750 18% 689 16% 743 18% 747 18% 705 17% 392 20%
  4.0-4.0 871 24% 1,033 27% 1,116 27% 1,089 26% 1,133 27% 1,314 31% 1,222 29% 1,197 29% 1,172 29% 544 27%
  4.5-5.0 1,241 33% 1,176 30% 1,211 29% 1,292 31% 1,236 29% 1,307 31% 1,304 31% 1,286 31% 1,193 29% 542 27%
  5.5-6.0 280 8% 222 6% 219 5% 185 4% 217 5% 227 5% 196 5% 238 6% 220 5% 102 5%
    Notes:
  1. These tables show how many admitted students ("N") took each GRE exam, and their average score ("Avg"), followed by the score distribution.
  2. Not all graduate programs require GRE exams for admittance.
  3. If an applicant took the same exam more than once, and reported all scores to the U of M, the highest score is used.
  4. "Verbal-old" and "Quant-old" are the old versions of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning tests, with score range 200-800.
  5. "Verbal-rev" and "Quant-rev" are the revised (August 2011) versions of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning tests, with score range 130-170.
  6. "Analy Writ" is the Analytical Writing test, with score range 0.0 to 6.0.
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Location of Institution of Previous Degree, Matriculated Students

Food Science (Twin Cities)

Item2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-182018-192019-202020-212021-22
Matriculations 22 29 24 20 17 17 16 12 12 15
  UofM, Twin Cities 7 32% 7 24% 3 13% 7 35% 5 29% 3 18% 6 38% 2 17% 7 58% 1 7%
  Other UM campus 1 5% 0 0% 2 8% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%
  Other MN inst 0 0% 4 14% 3 13% 1 5% 2 12% 2 12% 0 0% 2 17% 0 0% 0 0%
  WI,ND,SD,IA,NE 3 14% 2 7% 3 13% 5 25% 0 0% 1 6% 2 13% 1 8% 3 25% 0 0%
  Other US inst 2 9% 5 17% 6 25% 4 20% 3 18% 4 24% 2 13% 3 25% 1 8% 0 0%
  Foreign inst 8 36% 11 38% 7 29% 3 15% 6 35% 7 41% 6 38% 4 33% 1 8% 0 0%
  no data 1 5% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 1 6% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 14 93%

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Item2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-182018-192019-202020-212021-22
Matriculations 183 166 188 195 155 171 135 136 153 142
  UofM, Twin Cities 36 20% 41 25% 39 21% 46 24% 39 25% 45 26% 38 28% 43 32% 42 28% 3 2%
  Other UM campus 3 2% 1 1% 7 4% 2 1% 5 3% 8 5% 4 3% 6 4% 3 2% 1 1%
  Other MN inst 21 12% 17 10% 26 14% 15 8% 12 8% 18 11% 9 7% 17 13% 11 7% 8 6%
  WI,ND,SD,IA,NE 28 15% 23 14% 21 11% 30 15% 18 12% 18 11% 22 16% 15 11% 25 16% 0 0%
  Other US inst 44 24% 38 23% 53 28% 60 31% 48 31% 44 26% 33 24% 30 22% 38 25% 8 6%
  Foreign inst 47 26% 43 26% 40 21% 40 21% 32 21% 37 22% 27 20% 22 16% 18 12% 6 4%
  no data 4 2% 3 2% 2 1% 2 1% 1 1% 1 1% 2 2% 3 2% 16 11% 116 82%

All University of Minnesota graduate programs

Item2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-182018-192019-202020-212021-22
Matriculations 4,875 4,845 4,951 4,982 5,044 5,055 4,777 4,791 4,679 4,706
  UofM, Twin Cities 602 12% 650 13% 846 17% 889 18% 881 18% 892 18% 826 17% 883 18% 839 18% 170 4%
  Other UM campus 116 2% 133 3% 146 3% 150 3% 158 3% 159 3% 159 3% 150 3% 153 3% 24 1%
  Other MN inst 586 12% 568 12% 654 13% 677 14% 682 14% 698 14% 582 12% 575 12% 596 13% 157 3%
  WI,ND,SD,IA,NE 405 8% 395 8% 486 10% 456 9% 512 10% 483 10% 472 10% 463 10% 417 9% 79 2%
  Other US inst 753 15% 835 17% 960 19% 962 19% 915 18% 1,006 20% 955 20% 940 20% 973 21% 121 3%
  Foreign inst 702 14% 735 15% 729 15% 747 15% 793 16% 765 15% 748 16% 696 15% 358 8% 63 1%
  no data 1,711 35% 1,529 32% 1,130 23% 1,101 22% 1,103 22% 1,052 21% 1,035 22% 1,084 23% 1,343 29% 4,092 87%
    Notes:
  1. These tables show, for matriculated students, the location of the institution from which they received their most recent previous degree (typically their bachelor's degree).
  2. For each region, the percentage shown is the percentage of the total matriculants whose institution of previous degree is located in this region.
  3. These data may not be available for programs whose applications are not processed by the Graduate Admissions office.

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