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Highest Paid in 2020: Area Studies Graduates in South Carolina

South Carolina Colleges & Universities with the Highest Paid Area Studies Grads

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On average, a Area Studies starting wages are $38,707 per year. If you select among the colleges here, there’s a good chance your salary will be above average.

Find the Best Schools in the State When it Comes to High Pay for Area Studies Grads

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Furman University is a great option for students pursuing an Area Studies degree. This school is located in the suburban area of Greenville, South Carolina, near to shops and other amusement.

Applicants should not let concerns about affordability stop them from deciding on this school since 90.0% of students receive school funding. The typical scholarship granted to first-year students is $26,895 with 97.0% of first-year students receiving an award. Videos from Furman could be a great way to learn more about university.

Any student who is interested in Area Studies has to check out University of South Carolina - Columbia. Looking for a big school? This school has more than 20,000 students on campus.

You may want to commit to an ACT preparation class prior to taking the test because the typical ACT score is 28. 88.0% of freshman students come back for their second year of school. Want to learn more about University of South Carolina - Columbia's campus? Have a virtual tour.

College of Charleston is among your top options if you're planning on studying Area Studies. Situated in Charleston, South Carolina, this school is a sound choice for students who enjoy the thrill of a popular city.

79.0% of freshman students come back for their sophomore year. Get more than 24 on the ACT? That is over the usual applicant score, so you have a good possibility of getting in. Ever wish schools were graded with a report card? Now they are. Visit College of Charleston's scorecard.





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