374 Whitmore Building 181 Presidents Drive, Amherst, MA 01003
University of Massachusetts - Amherst is a public university located on a beautiful campus in Amherst, MA. It is a well-rated institution, ranking one hundred and thirty-third in the country, but accepts 60% of applicants. It is a very large university with 22,655 full-time undergrads enrolled. UMass' most commonly selected major is a Bachelor's in Psychology, which is chosen by 7% of the student body. Other preferred choices include Liberal Arts and Humanities, which accounts for 6% of students, and Economics (6%). If you are interested in focusing on veterinary studies, UMass is an incredible school for you, because its veterinary studies program is one of the highest ranking in the country. Additionally, UMass ranked 1st in MA for top public universities. For Massachusetts residents, full price tuition goes for $15,093 per year. Non-Massachusetts residents need to pay $32,841. Before you decide not to apply because of the price, be cognizant that over 9 in 10 UMass undergrads are awarded at least some monetary aid. 81% of University of Massachusetts - Amherst undergraduates make it through to commencement day, geared up to start the following stage of their lives: their careers. Two years after receiving their diplomas, alumni make an average salary of $41,200. After an additional four years of work experience, their average income climbs 24.8% to $51,400, which is 28.2% greater than the national median salary. Applicants may also like to hear that the application fee is $80 and it offers early action. Secondly, it offers a study abroad program. With respect to your checkbook, be aware that after financial aid, most students can expect to pay around $20,653 per year. Respecting demographics, the faculty is made up of 4% of professors who are of unknown race and 49% of the student body are women. Apropos of the student experience, 11% of UMass' female students are part of a sorority. To wind things up, 5% of graduates are out of work two years after graduating and the highest-earning 25% of graduates earn a starting salary of at least $58,000.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities