Expensive Graduate Schools in New Mexico

For academic year 2019-2020, St. John's College has the highest graduate school tuition & fees of $12,795 in New Mexico where the average graduate school tuition is $16,029 over all graduate schools in New Mexico. New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and Southwestern College ranked second and third expensive graduate schools inNew Mexico after St. John's College. Next table shows the top 10 New Mexico graduate schools having highest graduate school tuition & fees.
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New Mexico Graduate Schools with Highest Tuition & Fees (2019-2020)
School NameTuition & FeesCost per Credit HourGraduate Student PopulationNumber of Programs
1St. John's CollegePrivate, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM $28,482$1,062 51 2
2New Mexico Institute of Mining and TechnologyPublic, 4 yearsSocorro, NM $22,220$1,310 483 32
(6 online programs)
3Southwestern CollegePrivate, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM $23,460$590 176 3
4University of the SouthwestPrivate, 4 yearsHobbs, NM $22,500$625 535 21
(21 online programs)
5Southwest University of Visual Arts-AlbuquerquePrivate, 4 yearsAlbuquerque, NM $21,100- 2 1
6Southwest Acupuncture College-Santa FePrivate, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM $18,412$27 37 1
7University of New Mexico-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsAlbuquerque, NM $18,707$967 5,698 135
(9 online programs)
8New Mexico State University-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsLas Cruces, NM $17,743$935 2,602 100
(24 online programs)
9University of Phoenix-New MexicoPrivate, 4 yearsAlbuquerque, NM $15,874- 7 10
10Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts DevelopmentPublic, 4 yearsSanta Fe, NM $12,795$500 46 1
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