2017 Nationally Ranked

Education Programs

Choosing a quality program is one of the most important decisions a student will make in his or her educational path.   Teachers must be especially cognizant of the programs they choose to attend.  While there are many programs that will help a student to earn a degree and then to earn a credential, some programs excel in providing quality education at affordable prices, with a high return on investment for the individual attending the program.

Education is an investment and students are becoming more and more aware that they must manage the costs of their education with their expected salary after graduation.

We have put together a list of nationally ranked programs that have a proven track record of providing a high standard of education, with a high graduate success rates, a high ROI on the students investment, and expected earnings after graduation.   We then compile this information with our algorithm and thus are able to showcase what today are the best Education Programs in the United States.

Albany State University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 20 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 20400
  • Acceptance rate 19.92 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 33664
  • Graduation Rate 40.43 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 31750

Mississippi Valley State University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 13 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 23664
  • Acceptance rate 22.72 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 31184
  • Graduation Rate 24.25 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 29038

CUNY Lehman College

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 14 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 24432
  • Acceptance rate 23.28 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 35.91 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 9500

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 13 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 33360
  • Acceptance rate 27.59 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 30778
  • Graduation Rate 89.69 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 15906

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 15 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 23016
  • Acceptance rate 27.7 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 32691
  • Graduation Rate 26.73 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 27954.5

CUNY Hunter College

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 12 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 24516
  • Acceptance rate 29.72 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 48.08 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 10500

California State University-Long Beach

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 22 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 24960
  • Acceptance rate 30.82 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 41259
  • Graduation Rate 58.58 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 15775

San Diego State University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 25 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 27064
  • Acceptance rate 31.21 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 41259
  • Graduation Rate 66.1 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 16460

CUNY Brooklyn College

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 14 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 24736
  • Acceptance rate 31.98 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 52.26 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 11000

Central State University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 13 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 24232
  • Acceptance rate 33.28 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 33096
  • Graduation Rate 26.03 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 39068

CUNY City College

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 11 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 24356
  • Acceptance rate 34.1 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 42 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 12500

University of South Florida-Sarasota-Manatee

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 13 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 22348
  • Acceptance rate 34.61 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 35166
  • Graduation Rate 0 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 19735

Southern University and A & M College

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 15 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 26520
  • Acceptance rate 35.9 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 38655
  • Graduation Rate 29.73 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 32075

Coppin State University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 14 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 25008
  • Acceptance rate 35.5 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43235
  • Graduation Rate 15.34 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 19031

Brigham Young University-Hawaii

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 14 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 19080
  • Acceptance rate 36.04 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 41027
  • Graduation Rate 47.38 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 10000

Western Carolina University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 16 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 25060
  • Acceptance rate 37.66 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 30778
  • Graduation Rate 49.34 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 21249

CUNY Queens College

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 13 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 24828
  • Acceptance rate 37.02 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 55.65 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 11200

Kentucky State University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 14 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 25104
  • Acceptance rate 37.74 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 35166
  • Graduation Rate 15.98 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 34942

Stony Brook University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 17 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 31980
  • Acceptance rate 39.48 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 67.79 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 20173

Georgia Regents University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 14 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 24416
  • Acceptance rate 41.03 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 33664
  • Graduation Rate 29.35 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 10000

Bluefield State College

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 15 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 22256
  • Acceptance rate 42.67 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 32533
  • Graduation Rate 25.5 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 20500

Mississippi University for Women

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 13 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 22560
  • Acceptance rate 43.49 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 31184
  • Graduation Rate 36.66 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 16473

State University of New York at New Paltz

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 15 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 28332
  • Acceptance rate 43.59 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 71.62 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 20500

SUNY College at Plattsburgh

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 16 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 28716
  • Acceptance rate 45.64 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 60.43 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 22475.5

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 17 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 23140
  • Acceptance rate 45 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 35166
  • Graduation Rate 40.37 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 27274.5

SUNY College at Geneseo

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 19 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 29720
  • Acceptance rate 45.66 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 78.56 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 20500

University of Florida

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 21 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 25052
  • Acceptance rate 46.55 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 35166
  • Graduation Rate 85.82 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 15132.5

SUNY College at Cortland

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 16 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 29308
  • Acceptance rate 46.83 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 69.2 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 21654

Florida Atlantic University

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 24 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 19160
  • Acceptance rate 47.73 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 35166
  • Graduation Rate 41.07 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 17250

SUNY College at Brockport

  • Student to Faculty Ratio 18 :1
  • Total expected expense for a bachelors degree$ 28888
  • Acceptance rate 47.74 %
  • Average state starting salary$ 43839
  • Graduation Rate 67.02 %
  • Median Graduate Debt incurred$ 21500
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