Guide to American Graduate Schools

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Penguin Books, 1997 - Professional education - 635 pages
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Anyone faced with the overwhelming selection of graduate schools knows how valuable clear and concise information can be. And that's just what they'll get with this comprehensive guide, now fully updated and in its eighth edition. Every aspect of graduate study is covered, including:
-- enrollments, locations, and housing situations for more than 1,200 accredited institutions
-- fields of study offered by each institution
-- admissions and degree requirements
-- financial aid and grant opportunities
-- details on scholarships, fellowships, assistantships, and internships.

Organized in an easy-to-use format that allows for comparison among the schools and their programs, this guide is the perfect source to begin planning for higher education.

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Harold R. Doughty has held various posts at American Commonwealth University, United States International University, New York University, Adelphi University, and Chase Manhattan Bank.

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