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2018 Best Anthropology Schools in Vermont

College Factual's Anthropology Rankings Guide for Vermont

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Not many colleges in Vermont offer Anthropology as a program. Just 1 to be precise.

The typical price of an Anthropology degree nationally is $151,892.

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 Vermont Ranked by Quality

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

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University of Vermont is among your top options if you're planning on studying Anthropology. The setting in a significant city is wonderful for students trying to find adequate prospects for social networking, experience, and discovery.

You might want to commit to an ACT preparation class prior to taking the test because the average ACT score is 28. Graded #1 in Vermont for overall value, we might have predicted this university's superb educational programs to command a greater price. If you are interested in knowing more, you can view every one of University of Vermont's rankings here.





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