|We separate the five-year degrees from the four-year degrees for two reasons. First, they are oriented to professional practice. Second, as the term indicates, they require an additional year of study (and cost).
|NOTE: Fewer than 10 programs may be displayed if they disclosure rules for providing wage outcome data are not met.Top 25 Programs by EnrollmentTop 25 Programs by Degrees Awarded
Top 10 Largest Programs at Five-Year Bachelor's Degree Level, Median Wages 18-months Post-Completion
|Institution||Program Title||Median Wage|
Known Debt at Graduation of Student Borrowers
|Year||% of grads||25th Percentile||Median||Estimated Payment on Median Debt||Mean||75th Percentile|
Note: The four-year bachelor’s degree mean and median debt levels reported on this site may differ from that reported by individual institutions. Many institutions report indebtedness based on the Common Data Set definition, which limits the indebtedness level reported to include only those students who entered the institution as first-time in college (FTIC) students. The inclusion of graduates who entered as transfer students may tend to lower the overall mean or median debt level because it does not include any debt that transfer students acquired while attending previous institutions outside Virginia and relatively few transfers from Virginia’s two-year colleges incur debt prior to transfer. Repayment estimates assume a standard 10-year repayment rate, and a 5% interest rate for undegraduate loans (for which multiple interest rates exist) and 6.8% for graduate and professional programs. Borrowers with federal loans may be eligible for Income Driven Repayment, which may result in lower payments.