George Washington University’s Biology program was ranked #39 out of 820 schools nationwide. This puts the school’s program in the Top 5% of all Biology programs in the United States. GWU improved its position 15 slots over the previous year’s ranking of 54.
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State Rankings for General Biology
GWU’s Biology program has also been ranked #2 out of 6 colleges in the state of District of Columbia. This makes GWU a great school for students who want to major in Biology. GWU has achieved this ranking 2 years in a row.
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Superior Outcomes at George Washington University for Students Earning General Biology Degrees
Based upon PayScale survey data*, a student who graduates from GWU with a degree in Biology will make average early-career earnings of $42,750 and average mid-career earnings of $88,039. This is above the national average of all graduates, who make $37,480 in their early career. It is also above the average graduate’s mid-career salary of $68,756.
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About George Washington University
George Washington University is located in Washington, District of Columbia in what is generally considered a city atmosphere serving approximately 11,500 undergraduate students.
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*Salary data is estimated by College Factual using 2013 data provided by PayScale.