Graduate School Programs in Geological/Geophysical Engineering

There are 11 graduate schools offering Masters degree Programs in Geological/Geophysical Engineering.In year 2012-2013, Masters degrees was awarded by US universities to 122 students in Geological/Geophysical Engineering. Highest number of students who got their Masters Degree were 71 from Missouri University of Science and Technology . Female students highest graduation was in Colorado School of Mines.
Some of the Graduate School Programs with highest enrollment are Geological/Geophysical Engineering are

  • Oregon State University - 5048,
  • Auburn University - 5202,
  • Missouri University of Science and Technology - 5313,
  • Missouri University of Science and Technology - 5313.

  • Cost of Masters Degree in Geological/Geophysical Engineering

    The tuition for masters degree program at a Graduate School Geological/Geophysical Engineering could vary remarkably between public and a private university. Tuition for Masters program at a top ranked school like Colorado School of Mines is $28,620 while South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has tuition $10,000. Public universities cost less compared with a private university, the per year program cost for Graduate Masters program in Geological/Geophysical Engineering at a top ranked school Colorado School of Mines is $28,620

    Top Ranked Universities for Masters In Geological/Geophysical Engineering

    ImageUniversityRankingTuitionAcceptance Rate
    University of Pennsylvania927700 $12.60 Engineering *: 862    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 2
    University of Wisconsin-Madison4724054 $68.62 Engineering *: 1564    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 6
    University of Minnesota-Twin Cities7422320 $49.51 Engineering *: 1568    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 2
    Colorado School of Mines8928620 $44.55 Engineering *: 828    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 25
    University of Oklahoma Norman Campus10915667 $79.14 Engineering *: 522    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 1
    Michigan Technological University11913392 $75.25 Engineering *: 743    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 1
    University of Utah13419126 $82.63 Engineering *: 813    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 1
    Missouri University of Science and Technology13921965 $89.05 Engineering *: 1115    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 71
    University of Idaho16617018 $60.86 Engineering *: 388   
    University of North Dakota17017055 $70.81 Engineering *: 106   
    University of Nevada-Reno19918788 $82.07 Engineering *: 322    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 4
    South Dakota School of Mines and Technology10000 $88.39 Engineering *: 197    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 6
    University of Alaska Fairbanks18792 $2 Engineering *: 98    Geological/Geophysical Engineering **: 3

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