Graduate School Programs in Insurance

Masters Degree in Insurance is offered by 5 Universities.In year 2012-2013, US universities graduated 110 students in Insurance. Highest number of students who got their Masters Degree were 49 from St. John's University-New York . Female students highest graduation was in University of San Francisco.

Cost of Masters Degree in Insurance

The tuition for masters degree program at a Graduate School Insurance could vary notably between public and a private university. Tuition for Masters program at a top ranked school like Boston University is $42,400 while Saint Peter's University has tuition $17,820. Public universities cost less compared with a private university, the per year program cost for Graduate Masters program in Insurance at a top ranked school Georgia State University is $21,600

Top Ranked Universities for Masters In Insurance

ImageUniversityRankingTuitionAcceptance Rate
Boston University4242400 $49.43 MBA (Business/ Management/ Marketing) *: 1740    Insurance **: 17
University of San Francisco11120340 $69.16 MBA (Business/ Management/ Marketing) *: 635    Insurance **: 8
St. John's University-New York14721727 $49.08 MBA (Business/ Management/ Marketing) *: 739    Insurance **: 49
Saint Peter's University67017820 $60.60 MBA (Business/ Management/ Marketing) *: 269    Insurance **: 16
Georgia State University21600 $51.03 MBA (Business/ Management/ Marketing) *: 1640    Insurance **: 20

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