Overview

Among graduate schools in U.S., University of Southern California provides the most number of programs (472 graduate programs) and New York University has the second most major programs (441 graduate programs) based on academic year 2019-2020 college enrollment data.
Below table ranks and compares the Most Graduate Programs Offered having the largest number of programs offered. For the ranking, we include graduate schools having more than 0 graduate students and the rate of online students is below 50%.

Most Graduate Programs Offered Comparison Table

RankCollege NameIn-State Tuition & FeesOut-of-State Tuition & FeesStudent Population (Total)GRADUATE Student PopulationNumber of Graduate Programs OfferedNumber of Online Graduate ProgramsNumber of Faculties (Full-time)
1University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
$44,013$48,71547,31027,403472752,444
2New York University
New York, NY
$43,848$36,89251,84725,114441215,723
3University of Washington-Seattle Campus
Seattle, WA
$17,394$30,29447,40015,301436104,279
4Columbia University in the City of New York
New York, NY
$46,956$51,19431,07722,861375184,133
5University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor, MI
$24,772$49,54846,71616,39835196,706
6University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY
$14,238$26,02831,5039,896349181,636
7University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Minneapolis, MN
$19,221$28,84550,73416,29734523,609
8George Washington University
Washington, DC
$29,840$31,82428,17215,626337841,239
9University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA
$11,666$27,61331,6567,667334282,437
10University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ
$13,272$33,39944,0979,944322602,056
Average$15,967$19,18612,390,7273,082,808329585,528