2021 Best Value Colleges for Legal Professions in Massachusetts
Finding the Best Value Legal Professions School for You
Legal Professions is the #27 most popular major in Massachusetts with 194 bachelor's degrees awarded in 2018-2019. This means that of the 4,554 bachelor's that were awarded in the country, 4.3% were from a college or university in the state.
This year's Best Value Colleges for Legal Professions in Massachusetts ranking analyzed 2 colleges that offered a bachelor's degree in legal professions. To us, 'best value' doesn't just mean the school with the lowest overall costs. We are more focused on legal professions schools that offer a high quality education at a price lower that other schools of similar academic excellence.
To determine the average cost, we look at total expenses - such as tuition, fees, room and board, books, and other related expenses - and then subtract the average financial award a student receives. Knowing this amount can help you determine how much you may have to borrow in loans or take out of savings. Depending on your income and other factors, the cost for you to attend a particular school may be more or less.
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Since picking the right college can be one of the most important decisions of your life, we've developed the Best Value Legal Professions Schools ranking, along with many other major-related rankings, to help you make that decision.
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2021 Best Value Legal Professions Schools in Massachusetts
Best Value Legal Professions Schools in Massachusetts
Our rankings recognize University of Massachusetts Amherst as the #1 school in this year's rankings. Located in the suburb of Amherst, UMass Amherst is a public school with a very large student population. UMass Amherst did well in our quality rankings, too. It placed #1 on our Best Colleges for Legal Professions in Massachusetts list.
The average amount of time it takes for a student to receive their degree at UMass Amherst is 4.1 years, and on average, the annual cost to attend the school is $36,714. Putting this cost and the average time to graduate together, we find that the average amount you’ll pay to get a bachelor’s degree from UMass Amherst is $151,996. When you graduate sooner, you can save a lot of money.Request Information
Our rankings recognize Suffolk University as the #2 school in this year's rankings. Located in the large city of Boston, Suffolk is a private not-for-profit college with a medium-sized student population. Suffolk not only placed well in our value rankings. It is also #2 on our Best Colleges for Legal Professions in Massachusetts list.
The average student at Suffolk graduates in less than 4.3 years, and it costs about $41,877 per year to attend the school. This makes the estimated cost of a bachelor’s degree from Suffolk be around $178,396. Graduating sooner can prevent you from having to pay more money out of pocket.Request Information
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Rankings in Majors Related to Legal Professions
Legal Professions Majors to Study
|Non-Professional General Legal Studies||179|
|Legal Support Services||2|
Most Popular Related Majors
|Related Major||Annual Graduates|
|Homeland Security, Law Enforcement & Firefighting||1,695|
|Parks, Recreation, Leisure, & Fitness Studies||904|
|Public Administration & Social Service||831|
Notes and References
*These averages are for the top 2 schools only.
- The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), a branch of the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) serves as the core of the rest of our data about colleges.
- Some other college data, including much of the graduate earnings data, comes from the U.S. Department of Education’s (College Scorecard).
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