Top Area Studies, Other Bachelors degree Programs - 2018

The average starting salary for a graduate with a degree in Area Studies, Other is $42750

Total Students
690
Total Males
216 (31%)
Total Females
474 (69%)
 

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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    
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 27 179 (25.9%) 4% 140 (78%) 39 (22%) 223 $46,600 $85,100
University of Washington-Seattle Campus 85 105 (15.2%) 1.4% 66 (63%) 39 (37%) 98 $55,100 $94,200
University of Missouri-Columbia 255 93 (13.5%) 1.5% 64 (69%) 29 (31%) 238 $44,200 $84,000
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 62 51 (7.4%) .6% 35 (69%) 16 (31%) 49 $58,100 $102,000
Virginia Commonwealth University 448 43 (6.2%) .8% 30 (70%) 13 (30%) 642 $44,600 $69,800
Utah State University 832 25 (3.6%) .7% 10 (40%) 15 (60%) 283 $48,200 $82,400
Millersville University of Pennsylvania 515 23 (3.3%) 1.6% 13 (57%) 10 (43%) 717 $41,500 $66,900
Trinity College 139 21 (3%) 4% 11 (52%) 10 (48%)
College of William and Mary 31 18 (2.6%) 1.1% 12 (67%) 6 (33%) 136 $49,100 $89,900
Ramapo College of New Jersey 207 17 (2.5%) 1.3% 12 (71%) 5 (29%) 289 $42,700 $82,200
University of the Pacific 421 15 (2.2%) 1.8% 14 (93%) 1 (7%) 143 $50,900 $89,600
University of Michigan-Dearborn 783 12 (1.7%) .9% 9 (75%) 3 (25%) 195 $49,400 $86,900
Siena Heights University 1194 11 (1.6%) 1.4% 5 (45%) 6 (55%) 878 $40,000 $59,500
Duke University 17 10 (1.4%) .6% 6 (60%) 4 (40%) 13 $61,300 $119,000
Azusa Pacific University 468 9 (1.3%) .5% 8 (89%) 1 (11%) 441 $41,400 $75,400
Northeastern State University 1326 7 (1%) .5% 3 (43%) 4 (57%) 843 $41,100 $61,700
University of Virginia-Main Campus 15 5 (.7%) .1% 4 (80%) 1 (20%) 76 $57,300 $97,100
Castleton University 787 4 (.6%) 1% 3 (75%) 1 (25%)
University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus 263 4 (.6%) .1% 4 (100%) 0 233 $49,300 $84,200
Saint Norbert College 303 4 (.6%) .9% 4 (100%) 0
University of California-Santa Barbara 65 4 (.6%) .1% 2 (50%) 2 (50%) 55 $50,400 $101,000
University of California-Los Angeles 28 4 (.6%) % 1 (25%) 3 (75%) 73 $53,100 $98,100
Connecticut College 157 3 (.4%) .7% 1 (33%) 2 (67%)
Washington University in St Louis 18 3 (.4%) .2% 2 (67%) 1 (33%) 47 $56,700 $103,000
Yale University 3 2 (.3%) .1% 2 (100%) 0 49 $60,800 $102,000
Carleton College 35 2 (.3%) .4% 2 (100%) 0 69 $46,900 $98,800
Stanford University 4 2 (.3%) .1% 2 (100%) 0 5 $70,800 $127,000
CUNY Queens College 499 2 (.3%) .1% 1 (50%) 1 (50%) 233 $45,700 $84,200
St Francis College 927 2 (.3%) .4% 2 (100%) 0
Saint Ambrose University 659 1 (.1%) .2% 1 (100%) 0 700 $43,200 $67,500
University of California-San Diego 75 1 (.1%) % 1 (100%) 0 36 $54,400 $108,000
Lafayette College 60 1 (.1%) .2% 0 1 (100%) 40 $55,900 $107,000
Swarthmore College 14 1 (.1%) .3% 0 1 (100%)
Occidental College 99 1 (.1%) .2% 0 1 (100%) 17 $49,200 $117,000
University of San Francisco 248 1 (.1%) .1% 1 (100%) 0 65 $51,100 $99,500
University of Richmond 68 1 (.1%) .1% 1 (100%) 0 315 $52,200 $81,100
Rollins College 339 1 (.1%) .2% 1 (100%) 0 636 $44,500 $69,900
Augsburg College 607 1 (.1%) .2% 1 (100%) 0 452 $45,200 $75,000
Appalachian State University 278 1 (.1%) % 0 1 (100%) 629 $41,300 $70,100
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