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List of MBA Colleges in Iowa

List of MBA Colleges in Iowa

Welcome to the top MBA directory in Iowa. We have created the list of best Iowa business colleges that provide BBA, MBA or DBA programs. Most business schools offer full-time, part-time and executive education. Such rankings are based on the student surveys, alumni reviews, admissions profiles, employment rates, average starting salary and peer school assessment. To find out detailed information about admissions and career about each school in Iowa, just follow the link below.

Iowa [a in ʹəwə], abbreviated IA, Midwestern State between the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, USA; 145,790 km2, 3.2 million residents (2018).The capital is Des Moines. Check abbreviationfinder for more abbreviations of Iowa as well as other acronyms that have the same abbreviation like Iowa. Visit topschoolsoflaw for top law colleges in Iowa.

Iowa. State Map.


Iowa's nature is dominated by the prairie, which gently rises from the southeast to the northwest with an average height of just over 300 m above sea level.

Iowa. The Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge Natural Park in central Iowa was created in 1990 to preserve an original prairie area with tall grass. There is also a smaller group of bison oxen in the area.

The only more dramatic features of the landscape are the spectacular dolomite hills in the state's northeastern corner as well as some steep riverside beaches.

The state's main river is Des Moines, which named the capital. Iowa is rich in small lakes, many of them with rich bird life. Mississippi and Missouri, have great bird life.

The average temperature in the summer is about 24 C and in the winter −4 C in the south-east and −9 C in the northwest. The rainfall is 700–800 mm per year. During the winter, it falls like snow.


Since 1990, the state's population has increased by about 10 percent, the largest being the increase during the 1990s. The distribution is fairly even; real big cities are missing. About 92 percent of the population is white and many of Scandinavian origin. The largest urban area is Des Moines (634,700 residents, 2016).

Iowa Population 2020


Iowa is the United States' most agricultural state; over 90 percent of the land is agricultural land. Mainly, maize is grown (mainly forage maize used for breeding pigs) and soybeans. Iowa accounts for 1/4 of US pork production, and only Texas has greater beef production. The industry has traditionally been highly agricultural oriented (food industry, manufacturing of agricultural machinery), but in recent years a more versatile production has emerged with, for example, biotechnology, electronics and machine manufacturing. The importance of the service and service industries has also increased significantly.

Tourism and gastronomy

The starting point for tourism in Iowa is usually the capital of Des Moines. Among the attractions are a number of interesting museums, such as the Art Museum (Des Moines Art Center), which houses Carl Mile's Pegasus and Bellerophon fountain. Also mentioned is the open-air museum Living History Farms.

The culturally-interested tourist also applies to eastern Iowa, which is partly colonized by various religious groups, such as the Amish in the Kalona area.

One of Iowa's main tourist destinations is Amana Colonies, seven villages whose residents of Germany were until 1932 lived in an "utopian" work and ownership community. Nowadays, however, they make a clear distinction between their religion and social and working life. They rely on industry, crafts and, not least, tourism. Elsewhere in the state, immigrant history is strongly reminded, for example, in the Dutch-influenced Pella southeast of Des Moines and in northeastern Iowa, where many Scandinavian settlers settled. In Decorah, there is thus the Norwegian Vesterheim, considered one of the USA's most important immigrant museums.

The nature of the Prairie State of Iowa is not grand but relatively varied with its many rivers, rivers and small lakes (both natural and dammed), and for the outdoor enthusiast, the recreational opportunities are good. Even trips with old-fashioned wheelchairs on Mississippi, sometimes in combination with casino games, can attract visitors.

Iowa. Spirit of Dubuque is one of several replicas of 19th-century wheel archers operating in the Mississippi River.

In the middle of the corn belt, with immigrants from Germany, Scandinavia, Poland and the states of New England, Iowa holds a mix of many traditions with common traits of the aspiring peasant population: take advantage of everything, don't mess up the recipes and serve copious portions. The corn dominates, in soups (corn chowder), puddings, cakes and salads. The many immigrant German and Polish butchers brought specialties in the form of pork and meats.


Iowa has been the home of many different Native American cultures. The first Europeans were French explorers, who arrived there in 1673.

Iowa was incorporated with the United States through the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, became territory in 1838, and the state in 1846. The area belonged to the Native American treaty, but the fertile land attracted white settlers there in large numbers. After the so-called Black Hawk War in 1832, the Indians were greatly weakened, and the area was completely vacated by the Native people during the 1850s. The population then increased rapidly, among other things. through immigration from Germany and the Scandinavian countries. The economic development was entirely based on agriculture, which gained a strong boost through the expansion of the railway network. In addition, during the 1880s, one-sided wheat cultivation was abandoned and a more diversified agriculture developed.

Politically, Republicans have long dominated, but since Iowa after the Second World War developed a more diverse business community, Democrats have become even more powerful.

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