Top Chinese Studies Bachelors degree Programs - 2019

The average starting salary for a graduate with a degree in Chinese Studies is $42750

Total Students
47
Total Males
22 (47%)
Total Females
25 (53%)
 

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University of California-Irvine 61 10 (21.3%) .1% 5 (50%) 5 (50%) 102 $51,900 $93,900
Grand Valley State University 418 6 (12.8%) .1% 2 (33%) 4 (67%) 763 $41,500 $64,800
DePaul University 386 5 (10.6%) .1% 3 (60%) 2 (40%) 238 $50,200 $84,000
Pacific Lutheran University 431 4 (8.5%) .6% 3 (75%) 1 (25%) 310 $44,500 $81,400
University of South Carolina-Columbia 185 4 (8.5%) .1% 2 (50%) 2 (50%) 498 $44,900 $73,900
Drew University 348 4 (8.5%) 1.1% 3 (75%) 1 (25%) 425 $47,000 $75,900
Gettysburg College 173 4 (8.5%) .7% 2 (50%) 2 (50%) 114 $46,400 $92,700
College of William and Mary 35 2 (4.3%) .1% 2 (100%) 0 136 $49,100 $89,900
University of California-San Diego 80 2 (4.3%) % 2 (100%) 0 36 $54,400 $108,000
Lindenwood University 1002 2 (4.3%) .1% 0 2 (100%) 869 $41,000 $60,400
SUNY at Albany 221 2 (4.3%) .1% 1 (50%) 1 (50%) 227 $44,800 $84,900
University of North Dakota 652 1 (2.1%) % 0 1 (100%) 298 $48,400 $81,700
Furman 116 1 (2.1%) .1% 0 1 (100%) 155 $45,100 $88,800
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All majors information based on most-recent available data, from the in 2017 enrollment cycle