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2023 Natural Resources and Conservation Cost

There are about 83,798 students enrolled in Natural Resources and Conservation in the USA.

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Natural resources and conservation is the 32nd most expensive degree in the nation, with a median cost of $51,788 amongst the top 50 programs.

New England has the most expensive colleges with top-notch natural resources and conservation programs predominantly led by Amherst College with an annual cost of $57,640. The most expensive state for natural resources and conservation is District of Columbia led by American University and George Washington University.

Public schools with good programs generally charge 77.72% less than private schools for in-state students. When looking at out-of-state tuition however, the median top 50 Public school charges 48.5% less than the median private school. So, if you're hoping to attend a state school, make sure you're eligible for in-state tuition as soon as possible.

The most expensive top 25 college for natural resources and conservation is Columbia University in the City of New York, which is the 3rd most expensive college in the United States. The most affordable option in the top 100 is Florida State University. It costs just $16,540 per year, but it is its natural resources and conservation program is ranked #68. If you’re looking for a higher ranked, but still affordable option, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry  might be right for you, ranked #6 with an in-state cost of just $7,070. Another more affordable option would be #8, University of Florida in Alachua County, FL with a cost of $4,477 for in-state students and $25,694 for out-of-state students.

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