Graduate Programs at Rhode Island Best Colleges

Check out the graduate programs at the best colleges in Rhode Island.

Graduate Programs Comparison at 8 Rhode Island Best Colleges

Next table lists the 8 best Graduate Programs at Rhode Island Best Colleges out of 8 Graduate Programs at Rhode Island Best Colleges. The average graduate tuition & fees of the schools is $22,530 for academic year 2020-2021. The average graduate student population is 1,219 and the schools offer 55 major programs (programs for master and doctorate) in average.
Graduate Programs at Rhode Island Best Colleges Comparison
Rank*NameGraduate Tuition & FeesGraduate StudentsNumber of Graduate ProgramsNumber of Online Graduate ProgramsStudents to Faculty Ratio
1 Brown UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsProvidence, RI $58,180 3,214 169 programs - 6 to 1
2 Providence CollegePrivate, 4 yearsProvidence, RI $9,660 542 15 programs - 11 to 1
3 University of Rhode IslandPublic, 4 yearsKingston, RI $28,292
($15,514 Residents)
2,999 102 programs 6 programs 16 to 1
4 Rhode Island CollegePublic, 4 yearsProvidence, RI $15,867
($8,541 Residents)
1,082 65 programs - 14 to 1
5 Bryant UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsSmithfield, RI $26,832 289 15 programs - 13 to 1
6 Salve Regina UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsNewport, RI $11,010 626 38 programs 16 programs 13 to 1
7 Roger Williams UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsBristol, RI $16,668 323 19 programs 5 programs 14 to 1
8 Johnson & Wales University-ProvidencePrivate, 4 yearsProvidence, RI $13,734 679 14 programs - 18 to 1
Average$18,881 Residents
$22,530 Out-of-State
1,219 55 programs9 programs 13.13 to 1
*The rank in Rhode Island Ranking. Schools for discontinuous number do not have graduate programs.
**Ranking data provided by CollegeEvaluator.
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