2023 Econometrics and Quantitative Economics Cost
There are about 27,230 students enrolled in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics in the USA.
Compared to national avg.
Median degree cost
Vs. National Avg.
Econometrics and quantitative economics is the 4th most expensive degree in the US, with a median cost of $55,040 for the top 50 programs (just ahead of #5, American Studies, with a median cost of $54,958).
New England has the most expensive schools with top of the line econometrics and quantitative economics programs led by Amherst College with an annual cost of $57,640. The most expensive state for econometrics and quantitative economics is District of Columbia led by George Washington University.
Public schools with solid programs typically charge 77.9% less than private schools for in-state students. However, when looking at out-of-state tuition, the median top 50 Public school charges 41.95% less than the median private school. So be sure to check out public shools in your state as soon as possible.
The most expensive option in the top 25 is Columbia University in the City of New York, which is the 3rd most expensive college in the nation. The most affordable option in the top 100 is CUNY Queens College. It costs just $14,880 per year but is ranked 79th for its econometrics and quantitative economics program. If you’re looking for a higher ranked, but still affordable college, University of California-San Diego might be right for you, ranked #20 with an in-state cost of just $11,442. Another more affordable choice would be #25, University of California-Davis in Yolo County, CA with a cost of $11,442 for in-state students and $41,196 for out-of-state students.