Tuition and fees for professional degrees in the U.S. 2008/09, by degree type

Average cost for tuition and fees in the United States 2008/09, by first-professional field of study

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 30, 2012
Tuition and fees for professional degrees in the U.S. 2008/09, by degree type This statistic shows the average tuition and fees required for different professional degrees in the United States as of the 2008/09 academic year. The most expensive degree to study at this time was dentistry at 37,543 U.S. dollars per year.
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Average cost for tuition and fees in the United States 2008/09, by first-professional field of study

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