Graduate Schools with Diverse Programs in Massachusetts

For academic year 2019-2020, Harvard University offer the most number of major programs in Massachusetts. Boston University and University of Massachusetts-Amherst have the second and third most major programs inMassachusetts after Harvard University. Next table shows that the top 10 Massachusetts graduate schools having most graduate programs.
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Massachusetts Graduate Schools with Diverse Area of Study (2019-2020)
School NameTotal Number of ProgramsNumber of Online Programs Master's ProgramDoctorate ProgramsPost-Graduate Certificate Average Tuition & FeesGraduate Student Population
1Harvard UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsCambridge, MA 274 programs 145 108 21 $49,214 21,616
2Boston UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsBoston, MA 271 programs25 programs 161 91 19 $55,502 16,142
3University of Massachusetts-AmherstPublic, 4 yearsAmherst, MA 162 programs14 programs 81 56 25 $31,724 7,078
4Tufts UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsMedford, MA 145 programs9 programs 69 38 38 $53,658 5,943
5University of Massachusetts-LowellPublic, 4 yearsLowell, MA 118 programs22 programs 47 25 46 $26,940 4,238
6Boston CollegePrivate, 4 yearsChestnut Hill, MA 105 programs 67 31 7 $30,700 4,793
7Northeastern UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsBoston, MA 100 programs Not Offered 36 4 $25,085 7,718
8University of Massachusetts-BostonPublic, 4 yearsBoston, MA 93 programs1 programs 46 19 28 $36,435 3,450
9University of Massachusetts-DartmouthPublic, 4 yearsNorth Dartmouth, MA 82 programs12 programs 41 12 29 $30,103 1,672
10Worcester Polytechnic InstitutePrivate, 4 yearsWorcester, MA 80 programs19 programs 39 23 18 $28,248 2,206
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