Graduate Programs at Tennessee Best Colleges

Check out the graduate programs at the best colleges in Tennessee.

Graduate Programs Comparison at 10 Tennessee Best Colleges

Next table lists the 10 best Graduate Programs at Tennessee Best Colleges out of 30 Graduate Programs at Tennessee Best Colleges. The average graduate tuition & fees of the schools is $22,693 for academic year 2020-2021. The average graduate student population is 2,009 and the schools offer 56 major programs (programs for master and doctorate) in average.
Graduate Programs at Tennessee Best Colleges Comparison
Rank*NameGraduate Tuition & FeesGraduate StudentsNumber of Graduate ProgramsNumber of Online Graduate ProgramsStudents to Faculty Ratio
1 Vanderbilt UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsNashville, TN $46,297 5,963 166 programs 1 programs 7 to 1
2 The University of Tennessee-KnoxvillePublic, 4 yearsKnoxville, TN $31,568
($13,380 Residents)
6,079 183 programs 20 programs 17 to 1
3 Rhodes CollegePrivate, 4 yearsMemphis, TN $49,198 28 1 programs - 10 to 1
4 Union UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsJackson, TN $9,022 1,063 43 programs 11 programs 10 to 1
5 Lipscomb UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsNashville, TN $18,414 1,682 55 programs 5 programs 13 to 1
6 Freed-Hardeman UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsHenderson, TN $10,980 491 17 programs 7 programs 13 to 1
7 The University of Tennessee-ChattanoogaPublic, 4 yearsChattanooga, TN $18,334
($10,270 Residents)
1,399 41 programs 6 programs 19 to 1
8 Bryan College-DaytonPrivate, 4 yearsDayton, TN $9,544 174 4 programs 4 programs 12 to 1
9 Trevecca Nazarene UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsNashville, TN $10,067 1,616 22 programs 13 programs 20 to 1
10 Belmont UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsNashville, TN $23,510 1,594 27 programs - 14 to 1
Average$19,687 Residents
$22,693 Out-of-State
2,009 56 programs8 programs 13.50 to 1
*The rank in Tennessee Ranking. Schools for discontinuous number do not have graduate programs.
**Ranking data provided by CollegeEvaluator.
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