Locations: MI-Ann Arbor
Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Architecture, Economics, Nursing, Art/Design, Screen Arts & Cultures, Sound Engineering in many others (over 220 fields of study)
Tuition Range: $12,634 - $40,436 / year
Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the University of Michigan is a large public university with a combined enrollment of around 58,000 students. Degree programs are offered in a wide range of fields of study, ranging from Business to Political Science to Drama. Among these programs are several art and media-related fields of study, including undergraduate and graduate programs in Art & Design, as well as Screen Arts & Cultures (with optional concentrations in Screenwriting or Production). The School of Music, Theatre & Dance also offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Sound Engineering.
The University of Michigan follows a standard collegiate structure, so plan on investing four years to earn a bachelor’s degree. Tuition is pricey, but particularly favorable to Michigan residents, who start at about $12,600 per year. Non-residents can expect to pay about three times that amount.
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