We get it: You don't want to spend thousands of dollars on college unless you're sure you'll be earning it back right after graduation. Tuition and fees at an in-state, public university now cost an average of 9,410, and if you go out of state you'll pay double that. So how do you make sure you're making the right choice? Consider these rankings from PayScale, a company that collects information about compensation, which looked at factors like institution type, major and job level after graduation. It found the No. 1 school for return on investment was the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, followed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge and Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California.
Apr-7-2016, 07:47:49 GMT