Have you thought about looking into St. Louis graduate programs? The Missouri city of St. Louis symbolizes a "gateway to the West" with its giant stainless steel Gateway Arch. Saint Louis, often abbreviated as "St. Louis" is the second-largest city in the state of Missouri. The land area of St. Louis is 61.91 square miles, with there being 5,157.5 people per square mile.
In terms of post-secondary education, the state of Missouri is home to 49 two-year colleges and 89 four-year colleges, including both for-profit and not-for-profit. The latest data showed that 19,403 Master's degrees and 4,651 doctorate degrees were awarded during the fall semester. Founded in 1818, Saint Louis University is the oldest University west of the Mississippi and the second oldest Jesuit university in the United States. Parks College at Saint Louis University was also the nation’s first federally certified flight school.
As of a 2013 estimate, St. Louis had a population of 318,416, with females making up 51.7% of total residents. 29.6% of the population has a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and the median household income is $34,582. The median age of residents in the city is 33.9.
If living and studying in the "River City" sounds good to you, browse through the graduate degree program options below.