University of the District of Columbia Rankings Based on Salary

  • University of the District of Columbia ranks better than 78% of colleges, based on bachelor's salaries.
  • University of the District of Columbia ranks better than only 5% of colleges, based on debt for a bachelor's degree.
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Salary and Debt by Major at University of the District of Columbia

We calculated a salary score for each of University of the District of Columbia'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 University of the District of Columbia 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 University of the District of Columbia Associate Degrees

University of the District of Columbia ranks higher than 67% of colleges for associate degrees, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Bioethics/Medical Ethics 51% Not Reported $68,219 51%
Education, General 95% Not Reported $37,208 95%
Legal Professions and Studies, Other 24% $30,500 $28,212 24%
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 75% $24,250 $29,685 75%

Salary Scores for Bachelor's Degrees

University of the District of Columbia ranks higher than 78% of colleges for bachelor's degrees, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Accounting and Related Services 43% $30,500 $47,260 43%
Bioethics/Medical Ethics 76% Not Reported $82,440 76%
Business Administration, Management and Operations 74% $26,300 $48,600 74%
Communication and Media Studies 33% Not Reported $30,771 33%
Computer and Information Sciences, General 23% Not Reported $45,529 23%
Fine and Studio Arts 34% Not Reported $24,035 34%
Human Development, Family Studies, and Related Services 99% Not Reported $43,000 99%
Non-Professional General Legal Studies (Undergraduate) 56% $31,500 $38,721 56%
Political Science and Government 72% $33,049 $39,369 72%
Psychology, General 99% $38,125 $48,041 99%
Social Work 78% $36,500 $35,600 78%

Salary Scores for University of the District of Columbia Master's Degrees

University of the District of Columbia ranks higher than 83% of colleges for master's degrees, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Communication Disorders Sciences and Services 72% $52,000 $59,722 72%
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods 92% Not Reported $57,318 92%

Salary Scores for University of the District of Columbia Doctoral Degrees

University of the District of Columbia ranks higher than 39% of colleges for doctorates, based on salary.

Field of Study Salary Score Median Debt Median Salary Salary Score
Law 39% $111,015 $60,099 39%

University of the District of Columbia Reviews

Most Recent Reviews

Robin Williams 6/26/2018

I transferred from a private institution to the University of the District of Columbia in my sophomore year. During my time at UDC, I received an excellent education which rivaled that of the much more expensive private one I attended previously. As a land-grant teaching institution, I found that the professors had a vested interested in my success. I would highly recommend the University of the District of Columbia.

N 9/24/2017

Wonderful school some of the buildings need to be remodeled. The employees most are nice, some professors are lazy the student health center faculty is very mean but overall its a good. Diversity is well known and cultural. Hopefully it will remain