Monmouth College - Master's Degree
- Average Tuition USD 21,400
- Acceptance Rate 69%
- Students 1,200
- International Students 7%
- Campus Setting Rural
Monmouth College was established in 1853 by the Presbyterian Church. Monmouth prides itself in providing excellence in undergraduate education. It was one of the first colleges and universities to admit women from the beginning. Having been founded as an academy, Monmouth College has grown to be a nationally ranked, residential college.
Monmouth College today has 1,200 students, with 7% of them international students representing 35 countries. Monmouth Campus has a 112 acres campus that inlcudes a 33 acre nature preserve/athletic park, as well as a 6 acre educational garden. Students at Monmouth have the choice of 84 student organizations to be involved in. These include, Anime Club, Art Alliance, International Club, and Improv Club.
USD 21,400 Tuition Fee
USD 21,400 Tuition Fee
This program is designed to equip students with the theoretical and practical knowledge of the fundamentals of Business Administration. The program offers courses that focus on the study of management theory; human resource management and behavior; accounting, purchasing and logistics; organization and production; marketing; and business decision-making.
SchoolApply Ranking 626
Forbes (USA) 610
US News (Liberal Arts) 135
- Minimum GPA 2.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 79
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00
Established in 1853
Monmouth College has a center called Scots Hub, which provides information to students about events and activities on campus.
700 E Broadway, Monmouth, IL 61462, United States
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1986-1990, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Student / Teacher ratio
In my experience, my largest class size was under 30 students, and my smallest class size was two students. At Monmouth College, you are taught by professors, not graduate students. Opportunities for individuals to work one-on-one with the professors are common.
You can get your education anywhere....
I went to a relatively small high school, my graduating class was 111. I'm the third oldest of ten kids and I was the first to go away to school. I knew nothing about searching for colleges, what would be important and I chose Monmouth strictly based on it's location to home and the fact I made the cheerleading squad. Having bee out of school for several years I laugh thinking back but ultimately if I could do it over again... I'd do it the same. My class sizes were small, I made so many friends whom I still speak to almost daily now. I joined Greek life, which I know had I gone to a big school the experience would have been completely different and I never would have joined. I was able to participate in a sport and was the lead on several activities. I found an advisor who genuinely cared about my education, pushed me to go outside the box, and encouraged me to apply for internships I never would have thought I could get. Little did I know I'd end up in Nashville for a summer working for Sony records. I found it reassuring to have someone so dedicated in my corner. You can get your education anywhere.... but not everywhere will care about it's students the way Monmouth staff does
2001-2003, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
An amazing private school
Taught by PhD's, close friendships, class size under 20 (typically 10-12), amazing resident and Greek life...Monmouth College is what college was meant to be. You feel at home here. Your professors make you feel that you can do anything. Your voice is heard. YOU matter. I cannot recommend this school enough.
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