Asked in Veterinary Medicine
What does it cost to be a veterinarian in practice?
The education to become a practicing veterinarian in the United States costs over $300,000. To maintain a clinic, the cost is several hundred thousands dollars a month. ...
Asked in Jobs & Education, Student Loans and Financial Aid, Veterinary Medicine, Industries and Professions
How much does it cost to become a veterinarian?
In the United States, vet school costs between $160,000 and $240,000 for four years as of 2012. This does not include the cost of undergraduate college to complete the pre-requisite classes, which may cost up to another $200,000. In other countries the costs can be much lower, particularly if the national or regional government subsidizes the cost of college. ...
Asked in Economics
What is the difference between average total costs and average variable costs?
Average total cost is the average of all your costs. This is your Fixed Costs and your Variable costs. Average Variable Cost is the average of your costs that can fluctuate. ...
Asked in Hotels and Lodging
What is the average cost to stay in a Chicago hotel?
Costs of Chicago hotels will vary greatly depending on comfort and location. An "average" hotel in the downtown area of college costs approximately $150 a night. ...
How much does it cost in average one year in college?
Not factoring in the Financial Aid, a year of college on average costs about $45,000. (this is considering tuition, housing, books, dorm supplies, and misc.) I know I'm paying close to $45,000 at a school that costs $41,000 to attend. ...
Asked in College Applications and Entrance Requirements, Colleges and Universities, School Closings and Delays
How do you get your college transcript from a college that is out of business?
When a college closes someone will become its custodian of records. Contact its accrediting body to find out who its custodian is, then contact them for transcript ordering costs and procedures. ...
In 2010, what will be the average cost of living for college students in Mississippi?
The average cost of living is 91% that of the rest of the US in Mississippi. The total cost of your living will vary based on house size and college costs. ...
How much does it cost to become a firefighter?
For an associates degree it costs approximately $11,000 (110 credits). For a certificate of competency it costs approximately $6,150 (61.5 credits) at a community/technical college. ...
How much is the average college costs in the United States?
If you are looking at private nonprofit four-year schools, that money jumps dramatically, to almost $20,000, but the average annual tuition for your son to get into a private nonprofit four-year college is about $35,000. ...
Asked in Economics
What is happening to average variable costs when they equal marginal costs?
When average variable costs equal to the average marginal cost, the average variable cost will be at the minimum point. i.e. lowest cost ...
Asked in Bachelors Degrees
How much will it cost for your full course of special ed teaching?
In order to become a special education teacher, you have to have a bachelor's degree in one or more fields of special education. The costs depend on what school you attend. Your out-of-pocket expenses can be reduced depending on how much financial aid you receive, whether you go to school on a scholarship, etc. National average costs for a 4-year college degree are: Public 4-year college: $102,352 ($25,558 per year) Private 4-year Not-for-Profit College: $341,184 ($85,296 per year) Private 4-year For-Profit College: $250,656 ($62,644...
Asked in NCIS, Crime TV Shows
How much does it cost to go to college to become an ncis agent?
It costs the same for college then any other degree because all you need academic wise to join NCIS is to have an accredited baccalaureate degree. ...
Asked in Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Job Training and Career Qualifications, Bachelors Degrees, Graduate Degrees
How much does a college degree cost?
The costs of a college degree depend upon many variables including tuition, books, supplies, housing costs, entertainment costs, transportation costs, student fees, other fees ... the list goes on. ...