Wharton School — $192,900 Executive MBA
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania has a two-year executive-education programthat runs students $192,900.
Known as one of the top business programs in the world, Wharton grads have an average base salary of $127,280 upon graduating.
Sarah Lawrence College — $204,784 Bachelor of Arts
Sarah Lawrence, based in Westchester County, New York, costs students $204,784 for four years.
The liberal-arts school has a unique and individualized approach to learning where there are no required courses and examinations mostly don’t exist.
Harvey Mudd College — $209,532 Bachelor of Science
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Harvey Mudd appears to be one of the most expensive undergraduate program in the US. The Claremont, California-based program runs students $209,532 for four years.
It focuses on science, mathematics, and engineering, and graduates earn an early-career average salary of $78,200 and $133,000 mid-career.
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons — $230,536 Doctor of Medicine
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Columbia’s med school will cost aspiring doctors $230,536 over the course of their four years of schooling.
The competitive program is ranked as the seventh-best med school among research programs by US News & World Report.