Graduate students depend on this series and ask for it by name. Why? For over 30 years, it's been the only one-stop source that supplies all of their information needs. The new editions of this six-volume set contain the most comprehensive information available on more than 1, 500 colleges offering over 31, 000 master's, doctoral, and professional-degree programs in more than 350 disciplines.New for 1997 -- Non-degree-granting research centers, institutes, and training programs that are part of a graduate degree program.Five discipline-specific volumes detail entrance and program requirements, deadlines, costs, contacts, and special options, such as distance learning, for each program, if available. Each Guide features qThe Graduate Adviserq, which discusses entrance exams, financial aid, accreditation, and more.The only source that covers nearly 4, 000 programs in such areas as oncology, conservation biology, pharmacology, and zoology.Application fee: $35. Expenses: Tuition $742 per credit hour. Fees $174 per year. Financial aid: In 1995-96, 4 fellowships (2 to first-year students), 29 research assistantships (1 to a first-year student), 3 teaching assistantships were awarded.
|Title||:||Peterson's Guide to Graduate Programs in the Biological Sciences 1997|
|Author||:||Peterson's Guides Staff, Peterson's Guides, Inc|
|Publisher||:||Peterson's Nelnet Company - 1997-01-05|