Reed College - Master's Degree

Reed College is an independent, coeducational, nonsectarian college of the liberal arts and sciences.

  • Average Tuition USD 58,870

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Notable among her alumni are: Daniel Kottke, gen'l partner at Cobb Mtn Partners LLC; Daniel Beveridge, Sr. End User Computing Architect, Office of CTO. at VMware; Suzan DelBene, 1st CD, Washington.

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  • 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97202, United States

    Liberal Studies

    A program that is a structured combination of the arts, biological and physical sciences, social sciences, and humanities, emphasizing breadth of study. Includes instruction in independently designed, individualized, or regular programs.


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    SchoolApply Ranking 77
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    Forbes (USA) 70


  • Minimum GPA 2.26
  • Minimum SAT 1460
  • Minimum ACT 22


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    Established in 1908


    Reed is known for its mandatory freshman humanities program, required senior-year thesis, status as the only private undergraduate college with a primarily student-run nuclear reactor supporting its science programs.

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        3203 SE Woodstock Blvd, Portland, OR 97202, United States

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          • 1990-1994, BA

            Reed is an incredibly challenging educational experience that rewards a single-minded commitment to academic work. As with all liberal arts education, it does not have a direct application in the 'real world', but it does more to teach thinking skills than just about anywhere. There is virtually nowhere that has an educational experience like Reed's.

          • 1991-1995, BA

            Read lots of great books and small classes. My education was not terribly applicable to life in the real world, and it was a difficult experience, but I'm glad I went.

          • 1954-1958, BA

            Interaction with those from many backgrounds and interests, understanding the connections of ideas, learning how to learn, learning to roll with the intellectual punches, ability to change as the times and opportunities change.