Graduate Schools with Diverse Programs in Mississippi

For academic year 2019-2020, Mississippi State University offer the most number of major programs in Mississippi. University of Mississippi and Mississippi College have the second and third most major programs inMississippi after Mississippi State University. Next table shows that the top 10 Mississippi graduate schools having most graduate programs.
You can view the all Mississippi graduate schools with tuition and other academic information at Mississippi graduate school comparison page.
Mississippi 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
1Mississippi State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsMississippi State, MS 100 programs16 programs Not Offered 41 1 $23,950 3,484
2University of MississippiPublic, 4 yearsUniversity, MS 97 programs16 programs 50 40 7 $23,564 4,449
3Mississippi CollegePrivate, 4 yearsClinton, MS 88 programs30 programs 60 4 24 $12,130 1,871
4University of Southern MississippiPublic, 4 yearsHattiesburg, MS 87 programs35 programs 49 24 14 $10,896 2,589
5Jackson State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsJackson, MS 49 programs10 programs Not Offered 14 1 $8,445 1,919
6William Carey UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsHattiesburg, MS 45 programs10 programs Not Offered 5 Not Offered $9,900 1,793
7Belhaven UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsJackson, MS 22 programs19 programs 15 1 6 $10,620 1,898
8Delta State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsCleveland, MS 21 programs14 programs Not Offered 2 3 $7,671 640
9Mississippi University for WomenPublic, 4 yearsColumbus, MS 14 programs4 programs Not Offered 1 1 $7,525 206
10Alcorn State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsAlcorn State, MS 12 programs4 programs Not Offered Not Offered 1 $7,290 485
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