Top Latin American and Caribbean Studies Bachelors degree Programs - 2019

The average starting salary for a graduate with a degree in Latin American and Caribbean Studies is $42750

Total Students
50
Total Males
17 (34%)
Total Females
33 (66%)
 

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My Colleges College Name College Raptor Ranking Students % of School Female Male Median Pay Ranking Median Pay (Starting Salary) Median Pay (Mid-Career) Request Info    
CUNY Lehman College 887 12 (24%) .6% 10 (83%) 2 (17%) 845 $40,900 $61,600
University of Wisconsin-Madison 88 6 (12%) .1% 2 (33%) 4 (67%) 197 $50,800 $86,800
Gustavus Adolphus College 205 5 (10%) .8% 2 (40%) 3 (60%) 203 $45,100 $86,500
State University of New York at New Paltz 229 5 (10%) .3% 5 (100%) 0 706 $40,400 $67,300
Florida State University 121 5 (10%) .1% 2 (40%) 3 (60%) 413 $43,100 $76,300
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1030 4 (8%) .1% 2 (50%) 2 (50%) 568 $45,600 $71,800
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 33 3 (6%) % 3 (100%) 0 67 $60,600 $98,900
University of Georgia 87 2 (4%) % 2 (100%) 0 242 $47,300 $83,900
University of Kansas 369 2 (4%) % 1 (50%) 1 (50%) 287 $46,900 $82,300
Mount Holyoke College 95 2 (4%) .4% 2 (100%) 0 836 $46,900 $62,000
Florida International University 484 1 (2%) % 1 (100%) 0 463 $42,900 $74,800
Union College 127 1 (2%) .2% 0 1 (100%) 119 $54,400 $92,200
Brown University 19 1 (2%) .1% 1 (100%) 0 20 $58,600 $116,000
University of Vermont 146 1 (2%) % 0 1 (100%) 140 $45,800 $89,700
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All majors information based on most-recent available data, from the in 2017 enrollment cycle