2016 Top Medical Schools

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This list of the top 50 schools with graduate degrees in healthcare is based on student reviews. There is a wide variety of programs on this list, from big-name schools like Purdue University - Main Campus to schools specializing in training their students in Eastern medicine, such as Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. There are also several affordable options for earning a graduate degree in healthcare, with seven of the schools on our list offering annual tuition rates of around $15,000 or less.

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center is the top rated school on our list, with an incredibly high student satisfaction rating of 4.7. Many reviewers commented on the strong community and supportive professors. One reviewer wrote, “Really enjoy the atmosphere, as it is collaborative and supportive.” Another student highlights the "great camaraderie among students" and the "faculty and staff invested in your success" at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. Explore the links below to find out more information on the top 50 schools for graduate degreed in healthcare.

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Rank College Annual Tuition 2016 Student Rating
#1 #1 Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Annual Tuition $16,656 2016 Student Rating 4.71
#2 #2 Pacific University Annual Tuition $28,037 2016 Student Rating 4.44
#3 #3 Harvard University Annual Tuition $39,846 2016 Student Rating 4.39
#4 #4 Midwestern University-Downers Grove Annual Tuition $36,517 2016 Student Rating 4.39
#5 #5 Duke University Annual Tuition $46,586 2016 Student Rating 4.37
#6 #6 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Annual Tuition $27,459 2016 Student Rating 4.31
#7 #7 Emory University Annual Tuition $39,934 2016 Student Rating 4.30
#8 #8 Texas A & M University-College Station Annual Tuition $16,746 2016 Student Rating 4.30
#9 #9 Loma Linda University Annual Tuition $25,812 2016 Student Rating 4.29
#10 #10 Wayne State University Annual Tuition $30,356 2016 Student Rating 4.29
#11 #11 University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Annual Tuition $17,960 2016 Student Rating 4.28
#12 #12 A T Still University of Health Sciences Annual Tuition $28,806 2016 Student Rating 4.28
#13 #13 Florida State University Annual Tuition $26,697 2016 Student Rating 4.26
#14 #14 Loyola University Chicago Annual Tuition $17,478 2016 Student Rating 4.25
#15 #15 The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Annual Tuition $25,732 2016 Student Rating 4.24
#16 #16 Bastyr University Annual Tuition $22,470 2016 Student Rating 4.23
#17 #17 Case Western Reserve University Annual Tuition $38,616 2016 Student Rating 4.23
#18 #18 University of Virginia - Main Campus Annual Tuition $26,266 2016 Student Rating 4.23
#19 #19 Logan University Annual Tuition $7,930 2016 Student Rating 4.22
#20 #20 Des Moines University Annual Tuition $9,720 2016 Student Rating 4.21
#21 #21 Washington University in St Louis Annual Tuition $44,400 2016 Student Rating 4.21
#22 #22 University of Maryland - College Park Annual Tuition $23,694 2016 Student Rating 4.20
#23 #23 Northwestern University Annual Tuition $45,560 2016 Student Rating 4.18
#24 #24 University of Alabama at Birmingham Annual Tuition $15,444 2016 Student Rating 4.16
#25 #25 Yale University Annual Tuition $36,500 2016 Student Rating 4.15
#26 #26 Boston University Annual Tuition $44,580 2016 Student Rating 4.14
#27 #27 University of California-San Francisco Annual Tuition $27,469 2016 Student Rating 4.14
#28 #28 Western University of Health Sciences Annual Tuition $21,400 2016 Student Rating 4.14
#29 #29 Midwestern University-Glendale Annual Tuition $35,756 2016 Student Rating 4.13
#30 #30 University of Florida Annual Tuition $30,036 2016 Student Rating 4.12
#31 #31 Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis Annual Tuition $23,991 2016 Student Rating 4.12
#32 #32 Texas Woman's University Annual Tuition $11,885 2016 Student Rating 4.12
#33 #33 Life University Annual Tuition $6,876 2016 Student Rating 4.11
#34 #34 Texas State University Annual Tuition $12,953 2016 Student Rating 4.11
#34 #34 University of Arizona Annual Tuition $12,048 2016 Student Rating 4.11
#35 #35 University of Michigan - Ann Arbor Annual Tuition $39,798 2016 Student Rating 4.11
#37 #37 University of Southern California Annual Tuition $37,504 2016 Student Rating 4.11
#38 #38 University of Missouri-Kansas City Annual Tuition $16,659 2016 Student Rating 4.08
#39 #39 Thomas Jefferson University Annual Tuition $28,512 2016 Student Rating 4.08
#40 #40 Baylor College of Medicine Annual Tuition $22,075 2016 Student Rating 4.06
#41 #41 University of South Florida - Main Campus Annual Tuition $21,126 2016 Student Rating 4.06
#42 #42 University of California - Los Angeles Annual Tuition $27,673 2016 Student Rating 4.04
#43 #43 Vanderbilt University Annual Tuition $42,342 2016 Student Rating 4.03
#44 #44 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Annual Tuition $26,004 2016 Student Rating 4.03
#45 #45 Eastern Virginia Medical School Annual Tuition $23,839 2016 Student Rating 4.02
#46 #46 Palmer College of Chiropractic-Davenport Annual Tuition $7,602 2016 Student Rating 4.02
#47 #47 University of Vermont Annual Tuition $36,408 2016 Student Rating 4.01
#48 #48 University of Illinois at Chicago Annual Tuition $25,901 2016 Student Rating 4.00
#49 #49 Stanford University Annual Tuition $43,245 2016 Student Rating 3.98
#50 #50 University of South Carolina-Columbia Annual Tuition $25,360 2016 Student Rating 3.98

Methodology

Our goal in presenting this school data is to create a standardized and trustworthy method to assess institutions based on reliable statistics. In order for a school to be eligible to be featured on a Top Programs List, at least five students from that particular major must have submitted feedback on their institution.

Together with our internal recommend rate data, which is calculated based on tens of thousands of student reviews submitted to our site, the data used in the school listings were gathered in 2015-2016 from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). This site is the primary governmental entity for gathering and presenting data related to education. NCES data is updated annually. However, in many cases the most recently available data will not be for the current academic year. Additionally, tuition rates may vary by program, so prospective students should contact a representative from your institution of choice for more details.

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Our tuition numbers reflect data collected from the National Center for Education Statistics.

This indicates that a school has an annual tuition of $15,000 or less as reported to the National Center for Education Statistics or based on the school's website.