301 Platt Blvd., Claremont, CA 91711
Harvey Mudd College is a private, liberal art college in Claremont, CA. It is a very esteemed college, ranked 48th in America, with an extremely low acceptance rate. It is a very small sized institution with full-time enrollment of 801 undergrads. 32% of its graduates obtain a Bachelor's in Engineering. Other popular choices include Physics, Computational and Applied Mathematics, and Bioinformatics, but there are 17 distinct offerings to choose from. If you would like to focus your studies on physics, Harvey Mudd is an excellent option for you, because its physics program is ranked number nine in the United States. Furthermore, Harvey Mudd is 2nd in CA on our highest paid graduates list. Tuition runs $53,789 annually without any aid. Before you decide against applying because of the cost, keep in mind that 77% of Harvey Mudd undergrads procure at least some monetary support. 91% of Harvey Mudd College undergraduates complete their schooling with a degree, going into the employment market prepared to make an income. A couple years after graduation, alumni make a median yearly income of $72,500. After another four years in the labor force, their median annual income increases 22.5% to $88,800, which is 121.4% above the national median income. Applicants may also like to know that 1/2 of the accepted tested between 770 and 800 on the math portion of the SAT. Further, 60% of classes are tiny, with only 2 to 19 students. Apropos of costs, be aware that the average tuition for students from households with an income of $49k to $75k a year is close to $21,345. When rating its level of diversity, Harvey Mudd received a 10 out of 10 and its student life rating on School Authority is 8.76. In terms of life on campus, on-campus housing is offered. Lastly, 12% of alumni are not employed six years after graduation and 25% of graduates earn $117,900 or more, six years after completing their studies.
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Computational and Applied Mathematics
Liberal Arts and Humanities