Best Master's Programs in Wyoming

You should weigh the pros and cons of pursuing a master’s degree before applying to programs. In addition to requiring a greater commitment, a master’s degree costs more per course and can cause a greater amount of debt. Master’s programs usually take about two years to complete, and students must submit a thesis or capstone project as part of their coursework.

However, master’s degrees can be very effective in advancing your career. Master’s degrees are available in Wisconsin in business, teaching, social work, technology, and other areas. There are 2,754,870 people employed in Wisconsin, and they make a median of $45,000 a year — or $21.63 an hour. Estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that the state’s highest-earning residents make $94,850 per year, and its lowest-earning residents make about $23,390. Master’s degree-holders tend to be near the top of that financial spectrum, though it is not a guarantee.

Listed below are details about Wisconsin master’s programs. We focus on nonprofit institutions that meet accreditation standards that ensure quality education.

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    University of Wyoming

    Laramie, WY

    Graduation Rate

    60%

    Enrollment

    12,249

    Format

    Online, In person

    In-State Tuition

    $5581

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $18151

    University of Wyoming offers programs from its campus in Laramie, Wyoming. Experts in diverse disciplines teach at the institution. The programs offer academic and technical tracks to help students meet their career goals. Consult the institution's website to find information on the typical timeline for program completion. Some programs may operate with a test-optional policy for admissions. Test-optional policies make it easier to apply. The admissions staff can provide more information on the process. At the accredited institution, students also qualify for financial aid to pay for school. University of Wyoming is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.