Rhode Island Graduate Schools Comparison
Graduate Schools in Rhode Island
For academic year 2019-2020, 12 graduate schools are active - 2 public and 10 private graduate schools.
- The 2020 average graduate tuition & fees of Rhode Island graduate schools is $20,448 for Rhode Island residents and $24,052 for out-of-state students. Brown University has the highest graduate tuition & fees of $60,363 and Providence College has the lowest graduate tuition & fees of $9,750.
- Total 11,474 students have enrolled in graduate schools in Rhode Island. Brown University is the largest graduate school with 3,214 graduate students. For the enrollment statistics, we exclude colleges whose rate of online students is higher than 50%.
- Brown University offers the most number of graduate programs of 169 programs.
- Salve Regina University offers the most number of online graduate programs of 16 programs via distance learning.
12 Graduate Schools in Rhode Island Comparison Table
Next table lists all graduate schools located in Rhode Island. You can sort them to compare the schools focusing on specific topics by clicking each column title. The "-" value in table means that the corresponding data has not been reported or available.
|College Name||Rhode Island Residents Tuition & Fees||Out-of-State Tuition & Fees||Student Population (Total)||Graduate Student Population||Number of Graduate Programs||Number of Full-time Faculty|
|Johnson & Wales University-Providence|
|New England Institute of Technology|
East Greenwich, RI
|Rhode Island College|
|University of Rhode Island|
|Rhode Island School of Design|
|Roger Williams University|
|Salve Regina University|
|Roger Williams University School of Law|
|Johnson & Wales University-Online|