University of Missouri - Columbia Graduate School Report
- Student Debt
- Average Salary
- Online Learning
- Master’s Degree Programs
- Doctorate Degree Programs
University of Missouri - Columbia Graduate School Rankings
College Factual began producing its annual Best Quality Schools rankings as a means to assist students in finding top-quality graduate colleges and universities that are invested in preparing their students for their future endeavors. These rankings are based on components such as post-graduation earnings of students, accumulated student debt of graduates, how much in demand the school is, and faculty and student diversity.
Best Master’s Degree Schools Ranking
University of Missouri - Columbia landed the #180 spot in College Factual's 2021 Best Master's Degree Schools in the U.S. ranking out of a pool of 782 colleges and universities that were eligible for this year's ranking.
In addition, Mizzou took the #5 spot for Best Master's Degree Schools in Missouri.
Best Doctorate Degree Schools Ranking
Of the 464 institutions of higher learning that were examined in the 2021 Best Doctorate Schools in the United States ranking, Mizzou came in at #218.
For the Best Doctorate Degree Schools in Missouri, Mizzou came in at #7.
University of Missouri - Columbia Graduate Student Diversity
Mizzou Graduate Student Male-Female Ratio
Women make up 60.5% of the total graduate student body at Mizzou while men make you 39.5%. These percentages may be different for specific degree programs.
Mizzou Graduate Student Racial-Ethnic Diversity
Racial-ethnic minorities* make up 14.3% of the graduate student population at Mizzou. Americans aren't the only ones who appreciate the graduate programs at Mizzou. Around 14.6% of graduate students are international. The following chart shows the distribution of racial-ethnic groups at the school. If you click on it, you'll find more detailed information.
Mizzou Graduate School Cost of Attendance
The average tuition and fees for graduate students is shown below.
Mizzou Grad School Student Debt
Potential Mizzou graduate students might be more interested in knowing what the average student debt at the school is. How much you owe may greatly impact your life after graduation and it may even limit your purchasing power for an entire decade.
Master’s Degree Debt
Master's degree students at Mizzou took out an average of $28,342 in student loans. That's 34% lower than the national average of $43,194. To repay such a loan, you're looking at an average monthly payment of $330 over a 10-year repayment period.
Doctorate Degree Debt
After receiving a doctorate degree from Mizzou, graduates have accumulated an average of $86,772 in student debt. That number is 25% lower than the national average of $116,043. To repay such a loan, you're looking at an average monthly payment of $1,011 over a 10-year repayment period.
Average Salary of Mizzou Grads with Master’s or Doctorate
Master’s Degree Average Earnings
The average starting salary for graduate students who earn their master's degree at Mizzou is $52,907. That's about 6% lower than the countrywide average of $56,398 for all master's degree holders.
Doctorate Degree Average Earnings
The average starting salary for graduate students who earn their doctorate degree at Mizzou is $69,017. When comparing to other doctorate degree holders, that's on the low side. It's about 5% lower than the national average of $72,680.
Location of University of Missouri - Columbia Graduate School
Contact details for Mizzou are given below.
|Address:||105 Jesse Hall, Columbia, MO 65211-1050|
Online Learning for Mizzou Grad Students
About 40.0% of the graduate students at University of Missouri - Columbia took at least one online class during the 2018-2019 academic year. For that same period, 32.6% of grad students took all of their classes online.
University of Missouri - Columbia Master’s Degree Programs
The only degree programs listed here are those in which master’s degrees were awarded in 2018-2019.
University of Missouri - Columbia Doctorate Degree Programs
Just like the master’s degree programs, only programs that had doctorate degrees awarded in 2018-2019 are shown here.
Notes and References
*The racial-ethnic minorities count is calculated by taking the total number of students and subtracting white students, international students, and students whose race/ethnicity was unknown. This number is then divided by the total number of students at the school to obtain the racial-ethnic minorities percentage.
- National Center for Education Statistics
- College Scorecard
- Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System
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