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2018 Best Anthropology Schools in Nevada

College Factual's Anthropology Rankings Guide for Nevada

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Not many colleges in Nevada offer Anthropology as a program. Just 2 to be precise.

Students will pay prices around $56,117 and $292,019 in Nevada to get their Anthropology degree.

Students with an Anthropology degree earn a starting salary of about $35,433 and a mid-career salary of around $61,437.  Check out the best Anthropology colleges within the state.

Top Anthropology Colleges in Nevada Ranked by Quality

Next you'll find the very best colleges and universities in Nevada for studying Anthropology. Our ranking methodology includes only Nevada colleges and universities and evaluates them determined by aspects like graduate salaries, student to teacher ratio, and more.

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University of Nevada - Reno is a great choice for individuals interested in an Anthropology major. Grads of the anthropology program state that they receive average early career income of $35,499 and mid-career income of $62,114. University of Nevada - Reno is among the largest schools in Nevada.

About 81.0% of first-year students come back to University of Nevada - Reno for their next year. University of Nevada - Reno does not require freshmen to live on-campus. Go on a virtual tour to know more about UNR.

University of Nevada - Las Vegas is a good choice for students pursuing an Anthropology degree. In addition to its bachelor's programs, University of Nevada - Las Vegas offers graduate degrees in Anthropology. Prefer a large student body? This college has over 20,000 students on campus.

The low net price of $19,674 for this school is great for students who list debt as a major concern. By offering educational funding to 60.0% of its undergraduates,this school helps you avoid as much student debt as possible. For more info, check out the college scorecard.





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