Notre Dame of Maryland University Rankings Based on Salary

  • Notre Dame of Maryland University ranks better than 67% of colleges, based on bachelor's salaries.
  • Notre Dame of Maryland University ranks better than only 45% of colleges, based on debt for a bachelor's degree.
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Notre Dame of Maryland University's Top Rankings

Salary and Debt by Major at Notre Dame of Maryland University

We calculated a salary score for each of Notre Dame of Maryland University's programs by comparing program-specific median alumni earnings to median alumni earnings for the same program across all schools that provide this data. This way, students can compare the relative salary strength of a specific major at Notre Dame of Maryland University to the same major at other schools. A school's overall score by level is a weighted average of all of its program scores. Data is sourced from the U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard and was last updated in December 2020. It reflects median alumni debt upon graduation and median alumni earnings in the year after graduation for students who received federal financial aid.

Salary Scores for NDMU Bachelor's Degrees

NDMU ranks higher than 67% of colleges for bachelor's degrees, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 90% $25,432 $42,123 90%
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other 28% $25,000 $31,133 28%
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing 66% $22,251 $70,176 66%

Salary Scores for NDMU Master's Degrees

NDMU ranks higher than 62% of colleges for master's degrees, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Business Administration, Management and Operations 27% Not Reported $57,318 27%
Education, General 76% $24,000 $56,544 76%
English Language and Literature, General 73% Not Reported $44,971 73%
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing 43% $27,672 $96,627 43%
Special Education and Teaching 60% Not Reported $52,107 60%
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods 48% $25,000 $46,478 48%

Salary Scores for NDMU Doctoral Degrees

NDMU ranks higher than 51% of colleges for doctorates, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Administration 51% $224,683 $113,918 51%

Notre Dame of Maryland University Reviews

Most Recent Reviews

VO 6/26/2019

I believe that students coming to this institution need to have a strong academic background coming in as a freshman student. I think that this university although it is rich in tradition and history, lacks the academic resources to help those students who may fall behind in class. I have seen on more than one occasion, students fail out of class or repeat courses because they did not have the support or an adequate enough background to successfully matriculate into this institution.

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Moreover, there has been a lot of turnover in some of the offices in the last few years. I did not graduate with the same admissions counselor, who recruited me, still being in the office. Therefore, students may have difficulty finding continuity in their correspondence with individuals in the Admissions, Registrar's or Business Offices.

Finally, students must be vigilant in being a self-advocate through their time at this institution. Take everything that is advised to you by your professors, advisors or colleagues with a grain of salt. Do your research and look into opportunities off of campus because the institution does not necessarily have the greatest connections with other schools and/or employers depending on the department. Furthermore, have a few friends that are focused as well as motivated to achieve both academic and professional success.

In conclusion, I think that students will succeed here if they are intrinsically motivated to excel both in and out of the classroom. It is also important to maintain a good rapport with your professors and fellow classmates who will likely make up the bulk of your campus support system. Finally, look into opportunities off-campus to jumpstart your professional career so that you can adequately prepare for life after graduation.

Shannon Jennings-Jones 4/4/2018

I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at NDMU and felt more than adequately prepared to embark on the field of special education. The field experiences coupled with rigorous classroom instruction aiding me in understanding my role as a general educator and special educator.