Qualified and Popular Mathematics and Statistics (other) Graduate Programs

Mathematics and Statistics (other) Graduate Programs
In United States, 0 schools have the Mathematics and Statistics (other) programs in graduate level. You can check Mathematics and Statistics (other) program which is the general study area of Mathematics and Statistics (other) to find relavant schools and programs.
Of the best Mathematics and Statistics (other) graduate schools Massachusetts Institute of Technology has the largest number of enrolled students of 352 in Mathematics and Statistics (other) program (master and/or doctorate). Massachusetts Institute of Technology has the most expensive graduate tuition & fees of $63,393 and Massachusetts Institute of Technology has the most completers (152 students) who earned their graduate degree for Mathematics and Statistics (other) program.
The following table compares the popular and qualified Mathematics and Statistics (other) graduate programs by rank, tuition, and number of completers. You may want see the overall tuition information and list of all graduate programs that offers Mathematics and Statistics (other) programs at Mathematics and Statistics (other) tuition information page.

Comparison Table between Best Mathematics and Statistics (other) Graduate Program

2022-2023 Qualified and Popular Mathematics and Statistics (other) Graduate Schools Comparison
RankNameGraduate Tuition & FeesStudents Enrolled1)Number of Completers2)Number of Graduate StudentsNumber of Graduate ProgramsStudents to Faculty Ratio
1 Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyPrivate, 4 yearsCambridge, MA $63,393352 152 7,201 78 programs 3 to 1
2 Missouri University of Science and TechnologyPublic, 4 yearsRolla, MO $25,278
($14,478 Residents)
34 9 1,582 50 programs 18 to 1
3 University of Illinois SpringfieldPublic, 4 yearsSpringfield, IL $19,246
($12,010 Residents)
10 0 1,805 27 programs 12 to 1
4 Naval Postgraduate SchoolPublic, 4 yearsMonterey, CA -8 5 2,670 69 programs
1) Number of Total Students Enrolled in Mathematics and Statistics (other) program in graduate level.
2) Number of completers who earned graduate Mathematics and Statistics (other) program - master, doctorate, or post-graduate certificate.
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