Expensive Graduate Schools in North Carolina

For academic year 2019-2020, Duke University has the highest graduate school tuition & fees of $21,918 in North Carolina where the average graduate school tuition is $16,749 over all graduate schools in North Carolina. Methodist University and Wake Forest University ranked second and third expensive graduate schools inNorth Carolina after Duke University. Next table shows the top 10 North Carolina graduate schools having highest graduate school tuition & fees.
You can view the all North Carolina graduate schools with tuition and other academic information at North Carolina graduate school comparison page.
North Carolina Graduate Schools with Highest Tuition & Fees (2019-2020)
School NameTuition & FeesCost per Credit HourGraduate Student PopulationNumber of Programs
1Duke UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsDurham, NC $56,888$3,230 9,924 168
(1 online programs)
2Methodist UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsFayetteville, NC $41,470$461 320 8
3Wake Forest UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsWinston-Salem, NC $39,200$1,465 3,176 57
(3 online programs)
4University of North Carolina at Chapel HillPublic, 4 yearsChapel Hill, NC $30,248$1,386 10,894 154
(16 online programs)
5North Carolina State University at RaleighPublic, 4 yearsRaleigh, NC $28,999$1,295 10,280 162
(38 online programs)
6High Point UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsHigh Point, NC $27,707$1,152 592 13
7Cabarrus College of Health SciencesPrivate, 4 yearsConcord, NC $27,530- 31 1
8University of North Carolina School of the ArtsPublic, 4 yearsWinston-Salem, NC $26,064$1,289 152 3
9University of North Carolina at AshevillePublic, 4 yearsAsheville, NC $24,345$1,180 19 1
10University of North Carolina at GreensboroPublic, 4 yearsGreensboro, NC $21,918$2,367 3,465 94
(20 online programs)
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