Michigan State University - Geology Ranking 2017

Michigan State UniversityRanked
76
in the USA
Michigan State University is a very large public college offering many disciplines along with the geology program and located in East Lansing, Michigan. The college was opened in 1855 and is currently offering bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in General Geology and Earth Science.

Michigan State University is very expensive; tuition cost is about $41,000 per year. According to recent data analysis, Michigan State University area is dangerous; the school is reported to have a very bad rating for campus security.

Michigan State University geology program ranks in Top 100 in the United States and The Third Best in Michigan. Major competitors for this college are University of Michigan Ann Arbor in Ann Arbor and University of Chicago in Chicago. Check the details about all twelve competing geology colleges and list of offered geology majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

The Third Best Geology School in Michigan
Ranked #13 Geology School in The Midwest
Ranked #76 Geology School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of Michigan Ranking

The Second Best General Geology School
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The Midwest Regional Ranking

Ranked #9 General Geology School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #65 General Geology School
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You could be interested in alternative options to get accepted at Michigan State University:
Chemistry Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Engineering Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Environmental Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
History Programs - ranked top 10% in USA
Physics Programs - ranked top 5% in USA
Also, see how Michigan State University is ranked among graduate schools in Michigan.

Contact information:

Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1046
Phone: (517) 355-1855
Website: www.msu.edu

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Michigan State University Location Map

Geology majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

General Geology and Earth Science

Master's degree

General Geology and Earth Science

Doctor's degree

General Geology and Earth Science

Local competitors:

University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Geology School Ranking
University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI, 8 geology programs

University of Chicago - Geology School Ranking
University of Chicago

Chicago, IL, 4 geology programs

Northwestern University - Geology School Ranking
Northwestern University

Evanston, IL, 6 geology programs

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee - Geology School Ranking
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

Milwaukee, WI, 4 geology programs

University of Illinois at Chicago - Geology School Ranking
University of Illinois

Chicago, IL, 3 geology programs

Case Western Reserve University - Geology School Ranking
Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, OH, 4 geology programs

Western Michigan University - Geology School Ranking
Western Michigan University

Kalamazoo, MI, 9 geology programs

Kent State University at Kent - Geology School Ranking
Kent State University

Kent, OH, 4 geology programs

University of Akron - Geology School Ranking
University of Akron

Akron, OH, 7 geology programs

Grand Valley State University - Geology School Ranking
Grand Valley State University

Allendale, MI, 4 geology programs

Oberlin College - Geology School Ranking
Oberlin College

Oberlin, OH, 2 geology programs

Wayne State University - Geology School Ranking
Wayne State University

Detroit, MI, 3 geology programs

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