105 Jesse Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
University of Missouri is a public university located on a stunning campus in Columbia, MO. It is a well-rated college, ranking one hundred and forty-seventh in the USA, with not selective admissions, accepting 78% of applicants. It is a very big institution with full-time enrollment of 23,306 undergraduates. Mizzou undergrads can choose from 75 unique majors across seven disciplines. The most preferred selections are Business, Journalism, and Health Service Preparatory Studies, which in total are selected by 31% of students. It has a highly renowned agricultural sciences program, ranking 18th in the country. It also has the #1 agricultural sciences, education, and physics programs Missouri. Also, University of Missouri comes in 1st in MO for top public universities. For students not receiving aid, in-state tuition costs $10,470 a year, but for students from elsewhere, tuition costs $28,394. If that's too costly, be conscious that over four in five Mizzou undergraduates acquire at least some grant or scholarship funding. 68% of University of Missouri undergraduates end up getting a degree, awaiting to find their dream jobs. On average, alumni take home a yearly income of $39,400 two years after receiving their degrees. After 4 more years on the job, the alumni's median yearly income rises 22.6% to $48,300, which is 20.4% greater than the national median income for individuals. Those of you applying might want to hear that you are required to take college prep courses in order to submit your application. Additionally, undergrads are able to study abroad for a semester, and 8% of classes are pretty big, with 100 students or more. On the subject of your savings account, be aware that the average amount of state grant aid awarded is $2,761. Mizzou's dorm rating on School Authority is 8.97 and our higher education specialists rated Mizzou a 9.21 out of 10 for its on-campus food. Relating to campus life, first-year students can live off campus. To wind things up, two years after graduation, 6% of graduates are unemployed and six years after receiving their diplomas, 6% of Mizzou graduates are unemployed.
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Health Service Preparatory Studies
Liberal Arts and Humanities