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2019 Most Popular Environmental Design Schools in the New England Region

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New England Region Schools Offering Environmental Design Listed In Order of Popularity

This is a ranking of colleges and universities based solely on the popularity of their Environmental Design program. Read the methodology here.

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It's hard to find a better school than Boston Architectural College if you wish to study Environmental Design. With 19 undergrads, Environment Design is one of most popular majors at Boston Architectural College. Boston, Massachusetts is an ideal surrounding for learners who like the active urban lifestyle.

This school does not require freshman students to live on-campus. Students should not let concerns about affordability stop them from applying to this school since 51.0% of undergraduates receive school funding. Videos from Boston Architectural College could be a great way to learn more about college.

University of Massachusetts Amherst is a great choice for individuals interested in an Environmental Design major. This school is situated in the suburban region of Amherst, Massachusetts, close to stores and other amusement.

High quality education for student vets has earned this school a high rating. Around 91.0% of first-year students come back to this school for their following year of school. Go on a virtual tour to learn more about UMass Amherst.

It's hard to beat Massachusetts College of Art and Design if you wish to pursue Environmental Design as a major. Situated in Boston, Massachusetts, this college is ideal for students who prosper in an urban atmosphere.

For students who would like to carry on following their bachelor's degree, this school has graduate programs available. The typical scholarship given to freshmen is $7,757 with 70.0% of freshmen receiving some form of scholarship. A virtual tour could be a great way to explore Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

It's hard to beat Green Mountain College if you wish to study Environmental Design. Poultney, Vermont is situated in a quiet, relaxing, countryside area.

Nationally, only 37.0% of college students graduate in four years. Green Mountain College is way ahead of the pack on that mark with its 41.1% on-time graduation rate. Many Green Mountain College students are given scholarships. Interested in learning more about Green Mountain College's campus? Go on a virtual tour.





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