Graduate Programs at Georgia Best Colleges

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Graduate Programs Comparison at 10 Georgia Best Colleges

The next table lists the 10 best Graduate Programs at Georgia Best Colleges out of 31 schools. The average graduate tuition & fees of the schools is $22,310 for academic year 2021-2022. The average graduate student population is 5,546 and the schools offer 144 major programs (programs for master and doctorate) in average.
Graduate Programs at Georgia Best Colleges Comparison
Rank*NameGraduate Tuition & FeesGraduate StudentsNumber of Graduate ProgramsNumber of Online Graduate ProgramsStudents to Faculty Ratio
1 Emory UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsAtlanta, GA $45,684 6,987 207 programs - 9 to 1
2 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsAtlanta, GA $31,334
($16,764 Residents)
23,210 124 programs 2 programs 19 to 1
3 University of GeorgiaPublic, 4 yearsAthens, GA $27,464
($11,156 Residents)
9,382 409 programs 27 programs 17 to 1
4 Wesleyan CollegePrivate, 4 yearsMacon, GA $11,531 34 38 programs 2 programs 8 to 1
5 Berry CollegePrivate, 4 yearsMount Berry, GA $12,420 119 46 programs - 12 to 1
6 Kennesaw State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsKennesaw, GA $21,174
($7,224 Residents)
3,791 175 programs 46 programs 22 to 1
8 Georgia State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsAtlanta, GA $24,790
($9,292 Residents)
7,573 229 programs 7 programs 27 to 1
9 Piedmont UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsDemorest, GA $11,020 1,072 61 programs - 10 to 1
12 Augusta UniversityPublic, 4 yearsAugusta, GA $20,712
($7,444 Residents)
3,246 108 programs 13 programs 17 to 1
13 Covenant CollegePrivate, 4 yearsLookout Mountain, GA $16,966 46 42 programs - 12 to 1
Average$15,940 Residents
$22,310 Out-of-State
5,546 144 programs16 programs 15.30 to 1
*The rank in Georgia Ranking. Schools for discontinuous number do not have graduate programs.
**Ranking data provided by CollegeEvaluator.
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