Marshall University is a public-funded research university located in Huntington, West Virginia. Established in 1837 as a private subscription school by the residents of Guyandotte and the surrounding area, Marshall became a full-fledged university in 1938. The campus of Marshall sprawls across 100 acres. It comprises nine undergraduate colleges, namely - Lewis College of Business, College of Arts and Media, College of Health Professions, Honors College, College of Engineering and Computer Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, College of Science, and University College. There also exist three graduate schools and a regional cancer research center in the university. Marshall University has a population of 12000 students who are enrolled in the 60 undergraduate programs, 56 graduate programs, and 35 graduate certificate programs. Ninety-six percent of Marshall University students receive some financial aid, making it one of the most affordable places to study abroad. Few of the notable alumni of Marshall University include Randy Moss, Hal Greer, and Troy Brown.
|Student to teacher ratio||18:1|
|Living cost||USD 10,087|
|Accoommodation||On and off-campus accommodation available|
|Average package||USD 28,500 per year|
|Tuition fee per year||
USD 4,000 - USD 10,000
No co-op internship available
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The Forensic Science Graduate Program is ranked no.1 by The American Board of Criminalistics Times Higher Education Ranking 2020 - Less than 600th
On and off-campus accommodation available
$28,500 per year
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||USD 4000 – 10000 No co-op/ Internship available|
|Cost of Living/year||$10,087|
|Application Fees||USD 150|