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2019 Best Human Development & Family Studies Schools in Nebraska

College Factual's Human Development & Family Studies Rankings Guide for Nebraska

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Having only 11 graduations a year and 1 programs, Human Development & Family Studies attracts few students in Nebraska.

For reference, the typical cost of a Human Development & Family Studies degree across the country is $135,770.

Students with a Human Development & Family Studies degree earn an early career salary of about $32,750 and a mid-career salary of about $45,954.  Find the best Human Development & Family Studies schools in Nebraska.

Top Human Development & Family Studies Colleges in Nebraska Ranked by Quality

Find a list following of the best colleges to study Human Development & Family Studies in Nebraska. Some of the factors of our methodology include graduation rates, education quality, accreditation, and several other relevant factors.

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Any student who is interested in Human Development & Family Studies needs to check out Wayne State College. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will treasure the school's location in the modest town of Wayne, Nebraska.

About 19.4% of Wayne State College's student body is from outside Nebraska, so, you'll have lots of opportunities to befriend students from all over the country. If on-campus safety is one of your priorities, you'll be glad to find out that Wayne State College has a low crime rate. Videos from Wayne State College can be a great way to learn more about college.





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