Have you thought about pursuing graduate programs in San Francisco? Did you know that the bear on California’s state flag is modeled after a California grizzly named Monarch, who was held at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco? Located in the northern part of the state, San Francisco is the fourth-largest city in California. It's geography boasts 46.87 square miles of land area and 17,179.1 people per square mile.San Francisco was originally named Yerba Buena (which is Spanish for "Good Herb"), but was lated changed to San Francisco after Saint Francis in 1947.
San Francisco is famous for their sourdough bread, the San Francisco Giants, Alcatraz Island, and of course, the Golden Gate Bridge. It's the cultural, commercial and financial center of Northern California. The electronics and biotechnology industries are well represented throughout San Francisco. In terms of education, California as a state is home to 205 two-year colleges and univerisites as well as 249 four-year institutions.
As of a 2013 estimate, City had a population of 837,442. This is a 4% change from April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013. 52.4% of the population has a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and the median household income is $75,604. The median age of residents of San Francisco is 38.5.
If you're interested in starting or finishing your education in The Golden City, the programs below may be a good option.