Tuition costs are a reality of post-secondary education, but it’s important not to be discouraged. If your top school is financially out of reach, your second or third choice may serve your future just as well. To help you find the program that’s right for you, we’ve rounded up typical tuition costs for wildlife science and management degrees. Here’s the range:
17% above average compared to other degrees
28% above average compared to other degrees
16% below average compared to other degrees
What do wildlife science and management graduates earn?
Wildlife science and management students make an average of $55,653 per year after graduation. This is 17% below average compared to other undergraduate degrees.
20% of wildlife science and management graduates are underpaid (those who make less than $40,000 per year.) This rate is low compared to other degrees across the country.
Bottom 29% of degrees
1% below average compared to other degrees
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