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Highest Paid in 2019: Non-Professional General Legal Studies Graduates in Michigan

Michigan Colleges & Universities with the Highest Paid Non-Professional General Legal Studies Grads

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Typically, a Non-Professional General Legal Studies starting salary is $37,128 per year. This can improve should you decide on a school with the highest paid graduates.

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

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It's difficult to beat Michigan State University if you want to study Non-Professional General Legal Studies. Graduates from the Non-Professional General Legal Studies major at Michigan State University get 1.6% more than the standard college graduate in this field. Located in East Lansing, Michigan, this university is ideal for learners who blossom in an urban atmosphere.

Get higher than 26 on the ACT? That's above the standard applicant score, so you should apply. This school has great value for students in Michigan. For more info, look at college scorecard.

Any student pursuing a degree in Non-Professional General Legal Studies needs to look into Central Michigan University. Students who have fun with a more slow-paced life will treasure the school's setting in the smallish town of Mount Pleasant, Michigan.

This school's student loan default rate of 4.9% is far below the U.S. average of 7.0%. Due to its commitment to superior academic standards and its annual price of $19,714, Central Michigan University is a good value for your money. Get an idea of what campus life at Central Michigan is really like by watching a few campus videos.





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