Reviews & Ratings of Graduate Schools

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This list of over 1,400 accredited graduate schools offers a valuable resource for those researching options for higher education. Our recommend rate is based on feedback from over 56,900 former students. All schools represented are accredited by agencies recognized by the Department of Education and the annual graduate tuition data is sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics.

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I chose this program for my MSN with a focus in leadership and management because it is accredited, allows flexibility in my varying nurse schedule, and has one of the lowest tuition costs for my program needs. WGU offers my program completely online and allows me to finish classes at my own pace. WGU was the easiest choice I made, and I am glad I chose this school for my graduate degree. - Julia Kulwicki, Class of 2018 Western Governor's University

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