Top Molecular Biology Bachelors degree Programs - 2018

The average starting salary for a graduate with a degree in Molecular Biology is $45500

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University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 26 129 (16.1%) 1.8% 69 (53%) 60 (47%) 67 $60,600 $98,900
Princeton University 1 63 (7.8%) 4.8% 41 (65%) 22 (35%) 3 $65,700 $131,000
University of California-San Diego 75 47 (5.9%) .8% 22 (47%) 25 (53%) 36 $54,400 $108,000
Boston University 79 42 (5.2%) 1% 23 (55%) 19 (45%) 140 $51,800 $89,700
Central Connecticut State University 769 37 (4.6%) 1.9% 22 (59%) 15 (41%) 492 $48,000 $74,000
MCPHS University 434 31 (3.9%) 3.2% 20 (65%) 11 (35%)
Vanderbilt University 22 31 (3.9%) 1.8% 15 (48%) 16 (52%) 71 $57,900 $98,700
Rutgers University-New Brunswick 103 29 (3.6%) .4% 14 (48%) 15 (52%) 125 $51,300 $91,300
Brigham Young University-Provo 273 28 (3.5%) .4% 9 (32%) 19 (68%) 106 $52,300 $93,500
Montclair State University 399 24 (3%) .7% 20 (83%) 4 (17%) 269 $44,200 $82,700
Pomona College 10 23 (2.9%) 6.1% 11 (48%) 12 (52%)
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus 145 21 (2.6%) .5% 12 (57%) 9 (43%) 204 $53,300 $86,400
Arizona State University-Tempe 309 21 (2.6%) .2% 11 (52%) 10 (48%) 304 $49,300 $81,600
Colgate University 47 19 (2.4%) 2.8% 11 (58%) 8 (42%) 24 $56,500 $113,000
University of Wisconsin-Madison 86 18 (2.2%) .3% 10 (56%) 8 (44%) 197 $50,800 $86,800
Lipscomb University 443 16 (2%) 2.4% 11 (69%) 5 (31%) 538 $42,000 $72,600
The University of Texas at Dallas 172 15 (1.9%) .5% 6 (40%) 9 (60%) 348 $51,100 $79,100
University of Kansas 373 14 (1.7%) .3% 10 (71%) 4 (29%) 287 $46,900 $82,300
Universidad Metropolitana 1493 13 (1.6%) 1% 9 (69%) 4 (31%)
University of Vermont 142 12 (1.5%) .5% 8 (67%) 4 (33%) 140 $45,800 $89,700
University of Wyoming 633 12 (1.5%) .6% 6 (50%) 6 (50%) 344 $48,500 $79,400
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 464 12 (1.5%) .6% 5 (42%) 7 (58%) 428 $46,000 $75,700
University of Michigan-Flint 1243 12 (1.5%) .9% 8 (67%) 4 (33%) 878 $42,900 $59,500
Stetson University 513 10 (1.2%) 1.7% 7 (70%) 3 (30%) 717 $37,500 $66,900
Goshen College 436 10 (1.2%) 4.9% 6 (60%) 4 (40%)
Clarion University of Pennsylvania 831 10 (1.2%) 1.1% 3 (30%) 7 (70%) 562 $37,300 $72,000
Kenyon College 70 10 (1.2%) 2.4% 3 (30%) 7 (70%) 157 $45,700 $88,700
Connecticut College 157 9 (1.1%) 2.1% 5 (56%) 4 (44%)
Union University 307 7 (.9%) 1.1% 3 (43%) 4 (57%) 727 $42,200 $66,600
Scripps College 73 7 (.9%) 3.4% 7 (100%) 0
University of Denver 186 6 (.7%) .5% 4 (67%) 2 (33%) 242 $47,800 $83,900
Florida Institute of Technology 542 6 (.7%) .9% 4 (67%) 2 (33%) 86 $56,700 $95,500
Yeshiva University 156 6 (.7%) .9% 6 (100%) 0
Messiah College 224 6 (.7%) .9% 2 (33%) 4 (67%) 586 $46,000 $71,300
University of Maine 555 5 (.6%) .3% 2 (40%) 3 (60%) 341 $50,600 $79,500
Dominican University of California 402 5 (.6%) 1.6% 3 (60%) 2 (40%)
Lawrence Technological University 991 5 (.6%) 1.5% 3 (60%) 2 (40%) 122 $53,200 $91,800
Wayland Baptist University 1518 5 (.6%) .4% 4 (80%) 1 (20%) 717 $46,000 $66,900
Lehigh University 67 5 (.6%) .4% 2 (40%) 3 (60%) 26 $62,900 $112,000
Westminster College 301 4 (.5%) 1.6% 4 (100%) 0
University of Wisconsin-Parkside 1338 3 (.4%) .4% 2 (67%) 1 (33%) 682 $43,000 $68,300
University of Idaho 623 3 (.4%) .2% 1 (33%) 2 (67%) 213 $48,300 $85,500
Ohio Northern University 348 3 (.4%) .7% 3 (100%) 0 93 $50,700 $94,400
William Jewell College 478 3 (.4%) 1% 1 (33%) 2 (67%) 526 $44,400 $73,000
Chestnut Hill College 887 2 (.2%) .5% 2 (100%) 0 947 $35,100 $53,800
Eckerd College 390 2 (.2%) .4% 1 (50%) 1 (50%) 558 $43,400 $72,100
University of North Dakota 646 1 (.1%) % 1 (100%) 0 298 $48,400 $81,700
Brigham Young University-Hawaii 957 1 (.1%) .2% 1 (100%) 0
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