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Prefer a suburban setting, away from the bustle of the city? We've compiled a list of the Best Suburban Research Universities 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 (%)
Stanford University
#4 College for economics
California
$58,807 / year
$58,807 / year
Princeton University
#5 College for economics
New Jersey
$59,590 / year
$59,590 / year
University of Virginia | UVA
#29 College for economics
Virginia
$16,048 / year
$41,428 / year
University of Notre Dame
#32 College for economics
Indiana
$58,783 / year
$58,783 / year
Missouri
$60,470 / year
$60,470 / year
Tufts University
#38 College for economics
Massachusetts
$61,640 / year
$61,640 / year
Virginia
$27,368 / year
$50,864 / year
Villanova University
#63 College for economics
Pennsylvania
$55,704 / year
$55,704 / year
George Mason University
#65 College for economics
Virginia
$17,706 / year
$41,166 / year
Maryland
$14,615 / year
$40,727 / year
Miami University
#78 College for economics
Ohio
$15,760 / year
$35,277 / year
Pepperdine University
#84 College for economics
California
$55,722 / year
$55,722 / year
California
$20,381 / year
$50,135 / year
Southern Methodist University | SMU
#88 College for economics
Texas
$59,941 / year
$59,941 / year
California
$21,248 / year
$51,002 / year
Massachusetts
$17,250 / year
$36,571 / year
Clemson University
#101 College for economics
South Carolina
$20,076 / year
$43,068 / year