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About the School:

The University of Missouri-Columbia is a public institution founded in 1839. It has a total enrollment of around 30,000 students, and the campus size is 1,262 acres. Students who get enrolled here have an average SAT score between 1120 to 1340 or an ACT score of 23 to 29. The University of Missouri is classified as an “R1: Doctoral University”, with very high research activity. The university offers more than 300 Degree Programs in the areas of study, including business, journalism, STEM, design, writing, media, performing arts, culture & society, health, life sciences, social & behavior, medical and more. Educational cost at the University of Missouri at Columbia is more expensive for both resident and non-residents. Tuition & fees for in-state students are approx. $11,400, and out-of-state students are charged approx. $30,400.

Online Presence:

The University of Missouri offers 260+ academic online programs. These courses are taught by the same professors that teach on-campus courses. Further, the cost of each program varies, and online students with financial issues can also apply for aids. To see the list of available options, visit their degrees programs page.

Accreditation:

The University of Missouri has accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission.

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