Best Public Colleges For Economics

We've compiled a list of the Best Public Colleges For Economics. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
California
$36,084 / year
$65,838 / year
University of Michigan
#25 College for Economics
Michigan
$27,844 / year
$61,932 / year
California
$35,791 / year
$65,545 / year
University of Virginia | UVA
#29 College for Economics
Virginia
$27,638 / year
$53,018 / year
North Carolina
$24,266 / year
$52,026 / year
Texas
$28,228 / year
$57,864 / year
Virginia
$39,604 / year
$63,100 / year
George Mason University
#65 College for Economics
Virginia
$29,166 / year
$52,626 / year
California
$31,887 / year
$61,641 / year
Minnesota
$28,676 / year
$48,402 / year
California
$35,541 / year
$64,533 / year
Maryland
$27,424 / year
$53,536 / year
Miami University
#78 College for Economics
Ohio
$29,238 / year
$48,755 / year
Pennsylvania State University | PSU
#80 College for Economics
Pennsylvania
$31,864 / year
$50,558 / year
University of Washington
#83 College for Economics
Washington
$21,522 / year
$34,400 / year
California
$36,026 / year
$65,780 / year
University of Florida
#89 College for Economics
Florida
$21,210 / year
$43,488 / year
Ohio State University | OSU
#94 College for Economics
Ohio
$27,706 / year
$49,556 / year
California
$36,921 / year
$66,675 / year
Virginia Tech
#96 College for Economics
Virginia
$27,730 / year
$47,320 / year
Massachusetts
$29,876 / year
$49,197 / year
Texas A&M University
#100 College for Economics
Texas
$28,792 / year
$56,812 / year
Clemson University
#101 College for Economics
South Carolina
$30,908 / year
$53,900 / year
University of Iowa
#102 College for Economics
Iowa
$25,030 / year
$46,993 / year
Arizona State University | ASU
#103 College for Economics
Arizona
$30,628 / year
$49,468 / year