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Q. What are the names of the universities in US which are cheaper but really good? A. The 50 Most Affordable Colleges with the Best Return (2014) (BONUS: ,The 20 Public Colleges With The Smartest Students,) by ,John Ferrer Ranking of colleges and universities, balance: tuition and expected income on graduating with a bachelor’s degree. Schools keep cost of tuition down but promise high income after graduation. (Ignore the military academies.) 1 ,United States Naval Academy (Annapolis) ,Annapolis, MD Graduates of the highly ranked liberal arts college obtain a Bachelor’s of Science degree. Graduates receive a commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy or as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. The students called midshipmen, are officers in training. The U.S. Navy pays for their tuition in return for an active-duty service obligation after they graduate. Applicants are required to apply directly to the academy and obtain a nomination, typically from a congressional representative. Website: ,United States Naval Academy, Tuition: free Starting Salary: $77,100 Mid-Career Salary: $131,000 15-Year Return: $1,560,750 2 ,United States Military Academy (West Point) ,West Point, NY The graduates of the highly ranked liberal arts college receive a Bachelor’s of Science degree. The students, known as cadets are officers in training. The United States Army pays for their tuition in return for an active-duty obligation. Graduates of the United State Military Academy receive a commission as a second lieutenant in the United States Army. Applicants must apply directly to the academy and obtain a nomination, typically from a congressional representative. Website: ,United States Military Academy (West Point), Tuition: free Starting Salary: $74,000 Mid-Career Salary: $120,000 15-Year Return: $1,455,750 3 ,SUNY Maritime College (State University of New York) ,Throggs Neck, NY SUNY Maritime College, a public institution, is the largest of the six state maritime academies. The college prepares students for careers in the international maritime industry. SUNY Maritime College provides nationally ranked programs in the fields of marine environmental studies, engineering, humanities and international business. Students can combine any bachelor’s degree program with preparation for the professional license as a United States Merchant Marine Officer. Every engineering degree hase received accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Website: ,SUNY Maritime College, Tuition: $5,870 Starting Salary: $59,400 Mid-Career Salary: $116,000 15-Year Return: $1,315,500 4 ,United States Air Force Academy (Colorado Springs) ,Colorado Springs, CO The core curriculum at the United States Air Force Academy comprises the majority of the academic experience, however the students, known as cadets are required to select a specialized field of study from over 30 majors. The cadets receive military training throughout their four years at the U.S. Air Force Academy which includes courses and instruction in aviation and airmanship. Candidates are required to pass a fitness test and obtain a nomination, typically from a member of Congress in the candidate’s home district. Website: ,United States Air Force Academy, Tuition: free Starting Salary: $64,900 Mid-Career Salary: $109,000 15-Year Return: $1,304,250 5 ,Colorado School of Mines ,Golden, CO The Colorado School of Mines, an engineering and applied sciences public institution, has 21 academic departments including Geophysics, Engineering and Hydrologic Sciences. The school also provides degree programs in Liberal Arts & International Studies and in other areas. The school’s admissions standards are among the highest of any public university in the United States. The Colorado School of Mines has partnerships with local government laboratories. The Colorado School of Mines is one of the world’s major institutions regarding researching and teaching about mining-related engineering. Website: ,Colorado School of Mines, Tuition: $14,400 Starting Salary: $66,700 Mid-Career Salary: $106,000 15-Year Return: $1,295,250 6 ,Georgia Institute of Technology ,Atlanta, GA The highly ranked Georgia Institute of Technology, also known as Georgia Tech, is one of the nation’s largest research schools. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching classifies Georgia Institute of Technology as a university with very high research activity. Georgia Institute of Technology’s six schools provide a wide variety of degree programs. Georgia Tech provides a focused, technology based education. Georgia Tech has received accolades for its degree programs in engineering, computing, architecture, the sciences, business, and liberal arts. Website: ,Georgia Institute of Technology, Tuition: $8,258 Starting Salary: $60,700 Mid-Career Salary: $108,000 15-Year Return: $1,265,250 7 ,University of California – Berkeley ,Berkeley, CA The faculty members of the highly ranked University of California, Berkeley, a public research university, have received numerous national and international awards. UC Berkeley includes the prominent Hass School of Business, ranked among the top 25 business schools in the world. The National Research Council ranked more than 40 of the school’s programs among the top 10 in the United States. The College of Letters and Science is the schools largest college. Website: ,University of California, Berkeley, Tuition: $12,864 Starting Salary: $54,700 Mid-Career Salary: $111,000 15-Year Return: $1,242,750 8 ,Missouri University of Science and Technology ,Rola, MO The Missouri University of Science and Technology, also known as Missouri S&T, is known as an engineering and science based school. Missouri S&T is renowned for its hard science programs. Its graduates have made great contributions to science. Engineering is the most popular field of study, computer science is far behind in second place. Missouri University of Science and Technology also provides programs in the fields of the arts, social science and business. Website: ,Missouri University of Science and Technology, Tuition: $7,946 Starting Salary: $61,900 Mid-Career Salary: $96,100 15-Year Return: $1,185,000 9 ,Massachusetts Maritime Academy ,Buzzards Bay, MA Massachusetts Maritime Academy, a coeducational public institution, provides baccalaureate and master’s of science degrees. The undergraduate academic programs feature several distinct majors and emphasize a blend of technical and professional studies with liberal arts. Graduates of the school’s two oldest programs, Marine Transportation and Marine Engineering obtain two-fold credentials: A Bachelor of Science degree and a professional license as Third Mate or Third Assistant Engineer. The USTS Enterprise is a maritime academy training ship. Website: ,Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Tuition: $1,465 Starting Salary: $54,700 Mid-Career Salary: $102,000 15-Year Return: $1,175,250 10 ,South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ,Rapid City, SD South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, a public institution, provides graduate and undergraduate degree programs in engineering and science fields. Graduates of South Dakota School of Mines & Technology design, construct and operate technology. The school performs research in a number of important areas of science and engineering. South Dakota School of Mines and Technology named a Fulbright Top Producing Institution. Website: ,South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Tuition: $8,240 Starting Salary: $62,400 Mid-Career Salary: $91,800 15-Year Return: $1,156,500 11 ,Michigan Technological University ,Houghton, MI Michigan Technological University provides more than 120 undergraduate areas of study and numerous master’s degrees. The university offers degrees in engineering; business; technology; natural, physical and environmental sciences; social sciences and more. The university performs research in a wide array of areas. The students perform research, often one-on-one with a professor, as part of the academic curriculum. Students participating in the Enterprise Program work with industry sponsors on projects such as wireless communications, environmental sustainability, improved snowboards and more. Website: ,Michigan Technological University, Tuition: $13,470 Starting Salary: $59,200 Mid-Career Salary: $94,700 15-Year Return: $1,154,250 12 ,California Polytechnic State University (San Luis Obispo) ,San Luis Obispo, CA Undergraduates at California Polytechnic State University, also known as Cal Poly, have a variety of majors to choose from. The highly ranked engineering programs are the most popular programs. The school has more than 80 state-of the art laboratories dedicated to the Cal Poly College of Engineering. Students choose a major when they apply for admission. Students take classes in their major beginning in their first year. The courses emphasize active learning methods; they have a high proportion of lab work and field work. Website: ,California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo, Tuition: $8,523 Starting Salary: $54,000 Mid-Career Salary: $99,100 15-Year Return: $1,148,250 13 ,New Jersey Institute of Technology ,Newark, NJ New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), a public research university provides a blend of liberal and technical education. NJIT provides graduate and undergraduate programs in the fields of business, architecture, medical, engineering, science, legal, technological and more. The school provides opportunities for interdisciplinary learning. NJIT is home to the Enterprise Development Center, one of the nation’s largest high-technology business incubators. Website: ,New Jersey Institute of Technology, Tuition: $12,800 Starting Salary: $53,900 Mid-Career Salary: $98,000 15-Year Return: $1,139,250 14 ,University of California – San Diego ,La Jolla, CA University of California, San Diego, a public research university, provides a variety of graduate and undergraduate degree programs. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has designated UC San Diego as a university with very high research activity. UC San Diego operates four research institutes. The university includes the highly ranked Jacobs School of Engineering and School of Medicine. The faculty includes Nobel Prize, Pulitzer Prize, MacArthur Fellowship, Tony Award and Academy Award winners. Website: ,University of California San Diego, Tuition: $12,192 Starting Salary: $49,300 Mid-Career Salary: $101,000 15-Year Return: $1,127,250 15 ,New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology ,Socorro, NM New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, a public research institution, specializes in science, engineering and related fields. Students have opportunities for one-on-one mentoring relationships with professors and opportunities for on-campus employment in one of the numerous research facilities or with research faculty members. New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology is a world leader in numerous research areas such as astrophysics, hydrology, geophysics, atmospheric physics, geological sciences, information technology and more. Website: ,New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Tuition: $5,714 Starting Salary: $50,500 Mid-Career Salary: $99,500 15-Year Return: $1,125,000 16 ,Montana Tech ,Butte, MT Montana Tech of the University of Montana, a public institution, has a heavy focus on technical and scientific education. The school provides 40 academic programs. Students learn from professors (most of them have current industry experience) not from teaching assistants. The classes have an emphasis on teamwork and collaboration. Montana Tech has four main units: College of Technology; College of Letters, Sciences and Professional Studies; School of Mines and Engineering; and the Graduate School. Website: ,Montana Tech, Tuition: $6,464 Starting Salary: $63,100 Mid-Career Salary: $83,700 15-Year Return: $1,101,000 17 ,University of Virginia ,Charlottesville, VA The highly ranked University of Virginia, a public research university, offers a wide array of degree programs. The university’s graduate programs include the highly ranked School of Law and Medicine, Curry School of Education, School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Darden School of Business Administration. Faculty members have received the Pulitzer Prize, MacArthur Award, the Humboldt Awards, the National Book Award and Fulbright Fellowships. UNESCO has designated the University of Virginia campus a World Heritage Site. Website: ,The University of Virginia, Tuition: $10,016 Starting Salary: $51,000 Mid-Career Salary: $95,700 15-Year Return: $1,100,250 18 ,Texas A&M University ,College Station, TX Texas A&M University, a public research institution, provides a wide array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The school’s Cadet Corps is the nation’s largest ROTC program. Texas A&M University has highly ranked graduate offerings via its Mays Business School, Dwight Look College of Engineering and the College of Education and Human Development. Texas A&M University a prominent research university is among the nation’s top 25 for total research expenditures. Website: ,Texas A&M University, Tuition: $9,006 Starting Salary: $51,900 Mid-Career Salary: $94,300 15-Year Return: $1,096,500 19 ,University of California – Irvine ,Irvine, CA University of California, Irvine, a public research institution, offers a wide variety of graduate and undergraduate degree programs. The university has highly regarded graduate programs with specialty offerings at the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and the Paul Merage School of Business. Achievements in the sciences, arts, humanities, management and medicine have collected top national rankings in over 40 academic programs. The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher education has designated UC Irvine as having very high research activity. Website: ,University of California – Irvine, Tuition: $11,220 Starting Salary: $48,900 Mid-Career Salary: $97,200 15-Year Return: $1,095,750 20 ,University of California – Davis ,Davis, CA University of California, Davis, a public research university, provides a wide variety of academic options through its graduate, undergraduate and professional schools and colleges. The University of California, Davis includes the highly ranked School of Law, Graduate School of Management, College of Engineering, School of Medicine and the School of Veterinary Medicine. The university offers a large number of undergraduate majors and graduate programs. UC Davis has an impressive research budget. Website: ,University of California – Davis, Tuition: $13,902 Starting Salary: $49,000 Mid-Career Salary: $97,000 15-Year Return: $1,095,000 21 ,Virginia Technological University ,Blacksburg, VA Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, also known as Virginia Tech, is a public institution providing a large number of degree programs through eight colleges, with strengths in technology, science, engineering as well as professional programs. The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets keeps the military tradition, but comprises only a small fraction of the student population. Virginia Tech is a prominent research school. All students, including undergraduates, have opportunities to benefit from research experiences. Virginia Tech includes the highly ranked College of Engineering. Website: ,Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Tuition: $9,617 Starting Salary: $51,700 Mid-Career Salary: $94,200 15-Year Return: $1,094,250 22 ,University of California – Los Angeles ,Los Angeles, CA The highly ranked University of California, Los Angeles, also known as UCLA, is a public university. UCLA includes high ranked schools such as the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies; Anderson School of Management; School of Law; Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of Public Affairs; David Geffen School of Medicine, School of Public Health and the School of Nursing. The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is one of the nation’s top ranked hospitals. Website: ,University of California – Los Angeles, Tuition: $12,862 Starting Salary: $49,600 Mid-Career Salary: $95,300 15-Year Return: $1,086,750 23 ,Oregon Institute of Technology ,Klamath Falls, OR Oregon Institute of Technology, also known as Oregon Tech, is a technical and professional public institution with a mission to provide technology education throughout Oregon and the Pacific Northwest region. Oregon Institute of Technology, traditionally known for its engineering and technology programs, also has programs in business, environmental science, management and health professions. Oregon Tech emphasizes sustainability in academic and campus life. The school also emphasizes lab-based instruction. The students can also learn through externships. Website: ,Oregon Institute of Technology, Tuition: $8,890 Starting Salary: $57,000 Mid-Career Salary: $86,600 15-Year Return: $1,077,000 24 ,Purdue University (Indiana) ,West Lafayette, IN Purdue University, a public university, has a large number of undergraduate and graduate programs as well as renowned research initiatives. The university also has professional degrees in pharmacy and veterinary medicine. Purdue University includes the prominent Krannert School of Management, College of Education, College of Engineering and the College of Pharmacy. More than 20 of nation’s astronauts have Purdue degrees. Purdue University has the fourth largest international student population of all the universities in the United States. Website: ,Purdue University, Tuition: $9,992 Starting Salary: $54,200 Mid-Career Salary: $89,100 15-Year Return: $1,074,750 25 ,Stony Brook University (State University of New York) ,Stony Brook, NY Stony Brook University, a public institution and part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, offers a large number of majors, minors as well as combined-degree programs for undergraduates. The school also has numerous graduate degree programs. Freshmen belong to one of six undergraduate colleges organized based on students’ interests. Undergraduates have research opportunities. The university includes the highly ranked Stony Brook University Medical Center. Stony Brook University is a member of the elite Association of American Universities. Website: ,Stony Brook University, Tuition: $5,870 Starting Salary: $48,600 Mid-Career Salary: $94,300 15-Year Return: $1,071,750 26 ,University of California – Santa Barbara ,Santa Barbara, CA University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), a public research institution, has five schools and colleges. UCSB includes the Gervirtz Graduate School of Education, College of Engineering and the Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management. Undergraduates at the University of California, Santa Barbara can apply for admissions to the College of Creative Studies, which emphasizes focused studies in one of eight areas: Chemistry, biology, biochemistry, art, literature, computer science, music composition, mathematics and physics. Website: ,University of California - Santa Barbara, Tuition: $12,192 Starting Salary: $46,300 Mid-Career Salary: $96,200 15-Year Return: $1,068,750 27 ,University of Texas – Austin ,Austin, TX University of Texas, Austin, a public research university, is one of the nation’s largest schools and offers a large number of degree programs. University of Texas, Austin, the flagship institution of the University of Texas System, includes the highly ranked College of Education, McCombs School of Business, College of Fine Arts, Cockrell School of Engineering, College of Pharmacy, School of Nursing and the School of Social Work. The university provides hundreds of study abroad programs. Website: ,The University of Texas at Austin, Tuition: $9,816 Starting Salary: $50,400 Mid-Career Salary: $91,700 15-Year Return: $1,065,750 28 ,San Jose State University ,San Jose, CA San Jose State University, a public institution, part of the California State University system, offers a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The school has strong programs in the fields of education, journalism, healthcare, social work, art and music. Popular areas of study among graduate students include education, engineering, library and information science, and social work. San Jose State University provides Silicon Valley companies with computer science, engineering and business graduates. Website: ,San Jose State University, Tuition: $7,303 Starting Salary: $50,500 Mid-Career Salary: $90,400 15-Year Return: $1,056,750 29 ,University of Maryland – College Park ,College Park, MD University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP), the flagship campus of Maryland’s university system offer more than 120 bachelor’s degrees and more than 100 graduate degrees. UMCP, strong in the sciences, has several schools and departments with records of excellence. UCMP has a strong research orientation. UCMP is involved in cooperative projects with the National Institute of Health, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Department of Homeland Security. The Physical Science Complex has one of the world’s top quantum science laboratories. Website: ,University of Maryland – College Park, Tuition: $9,162 Starting Salary: $50,600 Mid-Career Salary: $89,800 15-Year Return: $1,053,000 30 ,Rutgers University (New Brunswick, New Jersey) ,New Brunswick, NJ Rutgers University New Brunswick, a public institution, has five mini-campus named Cook, Douglass, Busch, College Avenue and Livingston. All the campuses have a unique environment. Busch Campus focuses mainly in academic areas related to the natural sciences. The Livingston Campus is home to the Rutgers Business School. The faculty at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, includes national and international experts in their field. Rutgers University, New Brunswick has more than 170 centers and institutes exploring a range of issues. Website: ,Rutgers University - New Brunswick, Tuition: $10,718 Starting Salary: $49,700 Mid-Career Salary: $90,400 15-Year Return: $1,050,750 31 ,University of Michigan – Ann Arbor ,Ann Arbor, MI The highly ranked University of Michigan, Ann Arbor provides a wide array of undergraduate and graduate degrees. The university includes the highly ranked College of Engineering, School of Education, Medical School, Law School, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, School of Nursing and the School of Public Health. The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, a strong research institution, includes the Institute for Social Research, one of the world’s oldest and largest institutes for social sciences. Website: ,University of Michigan, Tuition: $12,948 Starting Salary: $54,000 Mid-Career Salary: $85,400 15-Year Return: $1,045,500 32 ,University of Washington – Seattle ,Seattle, WA University of Washington, Seattle is the largest university on the west coast. The university includes the highly regarded School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Law, the Library and Information School, the College of Engineering and the School of Pharmacy. The university has strong programs in the liberal arts and sciences. More than a third of the University of Washington students enroll mostly or completely in online classes. The University of Washington is a major research school. Website: ,University of Washington – Seattle, Tuition: $12,397 Starting Salary: $49,300 Mid-Career Salary: $89,500 15-Year Return: $1,041,000 33 ,Clemson University (South Carolina) ,Clemson, SC Clemson University, a public university and one of the nation’s major research schools, provides a variety of graduate and undergraduate degrees. Clemson University has many nationally ranked graduate programs. The university’s five colleges have more than 100 departments. The Calhoun Honors College educates gifted students who excelled in high school. Creative Inquiry, a unique form of undergraduate research, has a top priority at the university. Clemson University has a military presence. Website: ,Clemson University, Tuition: $13,382 Starting Salary: $49,000 Mid-Career Salary: $89,700 15-Year Return: $1,040,250 34 ,George Mason University ,Fairfax, VA George Mason University (GMU), a public university with several suburban campus locations, offers an array of undergraduate, graduate and professional programs from its colleges and schools. GMU includes the George Mason School of Law. George Mason University has strengths in the basic and applied sciences. George Mason University receives research support from agencies such as the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Website: ,George Mason University, Tuition: $9,908 Starting Salary: $49,800 Mid-Career Salary: $88,800 15-Year Return: $1,039,500 35 ,Southern Polytechnic State University (Georgia) ,Marietta, GA Southern Polytechnic State University, a public institution, offers a wide array of majors through its five schools: School of Arts and Sciences, School of Architecture and Construction Management, the School of Engineering, School of Computing and Software Engineering; and the School of Engineering Technology and Management. Southern Polytechnic University, part of the University System of Georgia, has a strong reputation in the areas of science, technology, engineering and related fields. Website: ,Southern Polytechnic State University, , Tuition: $5,388 Starting Salary: $49,500 Mid-Career Salary: $88,800 15-Year Return: $1,037,250 36 ,California State Polytechnic University – Pomona ,Pomona, CA California State Polytechnic, Pomona, also known as Cal Poly Pomona, through eight colleges provides a variety of fields of study. The school has highly respected programs such as the engineering program. Cal Poly Pomona incorporates a learn-by-doing strategy into its project and presentation-based coursework. All of the academic areas utilize the teaching of theory through application. The students at Cal Poly Pomona also obtain a broad-based education via the general education program. Website: ,California State Polytechnic University – Pomona, Tuition: $5,472 Starting Salary: $48,800 Mid-Career Salary: $89,200 15-Year Return: $1,035,000 37 ,The College of William and Mary (Virginia) ,Williamsburg, VA The Highly ranked College of William and Mary, a public institution, has a long history of liberal arts education. The college has a growing research and science curriculum with a commitment to undergraduate research. Undergraduates have opportunities to work with peers and experienced faculty mentors on projects. The College of William & Mary provides undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs. The institutions highly ranked schools include the School of Education, Marshall-Wythe School of Law and the Mason School of Business. Website: ,College of William and Mary, Tuition: $10,428 Starting Salary: $44,500 Mid-Career Salary: $93,300 15-Year Return: $1,033,500 38 ,West Virginia U Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) ,Montgomery, WV West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech), a public institution and a division of West Virginia University provides an array of baccalaureate degrees. WVU Tech has gained recognition for its academic programs, especially in STEM subjects. WVU Tech provides nationally renowned ABET accredited engineering programs. The school includes the Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering and Sciences and the College of Business, Humanities and Social Studies. The school’s strong STEM majors allows the school to provide high quality pre-professional programs. Website: ,West Virginia University Institute of Technology, Tuition: $5,808 Starting Salary: $52,200 Mid-Career Salary: $85,000 15-Year Return: $1,029,000 39 ,University of Minnesota – Twin Cities ,Minneapolis, MN University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, a public research university and part of the University of Minnesota system, provides a large number of degree programs. Besides traditional degree programs the university offers bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, doctoral degree and specialty degrees completely online. The university includes the highly ranked College of Education and Human Development, the Carlson School of Management and the Law School. The University of Minnesota, Twin Cites has over 300 exchange programs around the world. Website: ,University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Tuition: $12,060 Starting Salary: $48,700 Mid-Career Salary: $87,200 15-Year Return: $1,019,250 40 ,North Carolina State University ,Raleigh, NC North Carolina State University, also known as NC State, a public research institution, has received national and international rankings for its academic programs and research. NC State has an array of academic departments serving graduate students such as the highly ranked engineering school, well known for its nuclear and biological/agricultural engineering programs. NC State is part of the Research Triangle along with The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University in Durham. Website: ,North Carolina State University, Tuition: $8,206 Starting Salary: $48,500 Mid-Career Salary: $86,800 15-Year Return: $1,014,750 41 ,University of Arizona ,Tucson, AZ University of Arizona, a public research university offers a large number of academic and professional programs. The university includes the prestigious School of Public Administration and Policy, College of Engineering, College of Nursing and the Eller College of Management. Programs such as geosciences, management information systems and rehabilitation counseling have received high rankings. The university’s Department of Astronomy has received recognition as one of the best in the world. The university is a member of the Association of American Universities. Website: ,University of Arizona, Tuition: $10,390 Starting Salary: $48,400 Mid-Career Salary: $86,900 15-Year Return: $1,014,750 42 ,University of Delaware ,Newark, DE University of Delaware, includes seven colleges. Although the university receives public funding it has a private charter. The university provides a large number graduate degree programs. The highly ranked College of Engineering and the School of Education provide graduate programs. The university of Delaware also provides a large number of undergraduate programs. Students in the school’s nationally acclaimed Undergraduate Research Program work with faculty members as research assistants. Website: ,University of Delaware , Tuition: $12,112 Starting Salary: $50,300 Mid-Career Salary: $85,000 15-Year Return: $1,014,750 43 ,University of Illinois at Chicago ,Chicago, IL The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), a public research university, is one of the universities with the highest research classification from the Carnegie Foundation. Through the UIC Undergraduate Research Experience, college students can pair up with a faculty mentor and create a research project in an array of academic areas. UIC includes the recognized College of Education, Liautaud Graduate School of Business and an engineering school. The Honors College resembles a small liberal arts college situated in a large research university. Website: ,University of Illinois at Chicago, Tuition: $10,406 Starting Salary: $48,200 Mid-Career Salary: $86,800 15-Year Return: $1,012,500 44 ,University of Alabama – Huntsville ,Huntsville, AL University of Alabama, Huntsville, also known as UA Huntsville, is a public university and part of the University of Alabama System. The university is located in the Cummings Research Park, a major international center for advanced technological research. The school’s location provides faculty members and students unique opportunities. The university also helps NASA reach its goals. The University of Alabama, Huntsville has received recognition for its engineering and science programs. Website: ,University of Alabama - Huntsville, Tuition: $9,192 Starting Salary: $49,600 Mid-Career Salary: $85,100 15-Year Return: $1,010,250 45 ,University of Houston ,Houston, TX The University of Houston, a public research university, operates more than 40 research centers and institutes on campus. The Carnegie Foundation classifies the University of Houston as a Tier One research university. The University of Houston Law Center has received recognition for its intellectual property law, healthcare law and part-time law programs. The university also includes the Cullen College of Engineering, the C.T. Bauer College of Business and other graduate schools. Website: ,University of Houston, Tuition: $9,318 Starting Salary: $49,500 Mid-Career Salary: $85,200 15-Year Return: $1,010,250 46 ,Miami University (Ohio) ,Oxford, OH Miami University, a public research university, provides a wide variety of graduate and undergraduate degrees. Graduate and undergraduate students have numerous opportunities to perform research. Miami University ranks first among public colleges in the United States for the rate of undergraduate students who study abroad. Miami University has the following academic divisions: The School of Education; College of Arts and Science; School of Engineering and Applied Science; College of Education, Health and Society; the Farmer School of Business and the School of Creative Arts, College of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences and the Graduate School. Website: ,Miami University of Ohio, Tuition: $13,266 Starting Salary: $47,300 Mid-Career Salary: $87,200 15-Year Return: $1,008,750 47 ,Binghamton University (State University of New York) ,Binghamton, NY Binghamton, SUNY, a public research institution, has a dedication to undergraduate education. The school also provides graduate degrees from the highly ranked Department of Public Administration, Department of History and the Department of Psychology. Binghamton University has gained recognition for its sustainability efforts. The university has one of the nation’s largest study abroad programs. Binghamton University emphasis entrepreneurship via its Entrepreneurship Across the Curriculum program. Binghamton University consists of six schools. Website: ,Binghamton University (State University of New York), Tuition: $6,170 Starting Salary: $47,200 Mid-Career Salary: $86,900 15-Year Return: $1,005,750 48 ,Baruch College (City University of New York) ,New York City, NY CUNY, Bernard M Baruch College, known as Baruch College has three schools providing graduate and undergraduate programs: The Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, Zicklin School of Business and the School of Public Affairs. The Zicklin School of Business is one of the nation’s largest business schools and its received AACSB accreditation. The Division of Continuing and Professional Studies provides many non-degree and certificate courses. Baruch College provides solid education in business, the arts and sciences and professional education. Website:, ,Baruch College (City University of New York), Tuition: $5,730 Starting Salary: $48,500 Mid-Career Salary: $85,400 15-Year Return: $1,004,250 49 ,Auburn University (Alabama) ,Auburn, AL Auburn University, a public university, offers more than 140 degree programs. Auburn University has highly ranked programs in the fields of pharmacy, architecture, engineering, veterinary science, forestry and business. Auburn University has graduated six astronauts. The university emphasizes international education. Auburn University has a global impact via modern agricultural extension as well as forestry/wildlife programs. The university provides vital research in the sciences, mathematics, pharmaceutical, nursing, education and human science areas. Website: ,Auburn University, Tuition: $9,852 Starting Salary: $45,500 Mid-Career Salary: $87,900 15-Year Return: $1,000,500 50 ,James Madison University (Virginia) ,Harrisonburg, VA James Madison University, a public research university, offers a large number of graduate and undergraduate degree programs. The university has its main emphasis on undergraduate students. James Madison University offers an education with a foundation based on a wide range of liberal arts. James Madison University has an extensive variety of professional and pre-professional programs enhanced by numerous learning experiences outside of the classroom. James Madison University has a strong study abroad program as well as exchange programs via partner institutions throughout the world. Website: ,James Madison University, Tuition: $9,176 Starting Salary: $48,000 Mid-Career Salary: $85,200 15-Year Return: $999,000 The 20 Public Colleges With The Smartest Students Peter Jacobs With the rapidly rising price of college tuition, many top students are realizing you don't need to pay an arm and a leg for a quality education, and that state schools are just as great. The College of William and Mary is the public college with the smartest students, ,according to data put together by Niche,. To compile this ranking, we looked at Niche's lists of ,smartest girls, and ,smartest guys,. We've included student quotes from Niche to illustrate the student intellect and academic caliber of each school. #20 University of Florida — Gainesville, Florida AP Photo/John Raoux "I'm busy! But it's manageable. My program focuses on making connections among peers and professors, so we are a very close-knit bunch that provides each other with support whenever it's needed. Having the same classes with peers and professors allows close bonds to develop that will last a lifetime." Visit Niche for more on ,University of Florida,. #19 SUNY Geneseo — Geneseo, New York Via Wikimedia Commons "This school is very rigorous and hard. However you know that you are getting an amazing education and are being taught by some of the best people. The workload is also tough but it's nothing you can't handle. As long as you keep on top of your work you will succeed." Visit Niche for more on ,SUNY Geneseo,. #18 New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology — Socorro, New Mexico Via Flickr "There are a lot of classes and opportunities for extra-curricular activities. There are also a lot of people and professors that are included in the real-world of your future occupation and you can ask them to help you or include you in their research." Visit Niche for more on ,New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology,. #17 California Polytechnic State University — San Luis Obispo, California Via Wikimedia Commons "You literally learn by doing and it's the best. I actually remember the things I learn when I applied them in class and labs. It's awesome. Having to take GE's sucks, but it always does. Major courses are super awesome." Visit Niche for more on ,California Polytechnic State University — San Luis Obispo,. #16 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign — Urbana-Champaign, Illinois Flickr/VSmithUK "There are many hard working students at University of Illinois. Since there are over 40,000 students, you'll find all sorts of people of your interest and similarities." Visit Niche for more on ,University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,. #15 University of California, San Diego — San Diego, California Via Flickr "The quality of people at the university is superb; intelligent, attractive, bright, and all extremely hard-working and sociable." Visit Niche for more on ,University of California, San Diego,. #14 University of Wisconsin — Madison, Wisconsin Via Flickr "Everyone here is very intelligent and extremely hard working. With all the hard work does come with a lot of fun ranging from fraternity events to football games to laying out on Bascom Hill, the people at this university are amazing to say the least." Visit Niche for more on ,University of Wisconsin — Madison,. #13 Truman State University — Kirksville, Missouri Via Wikimedia Commons "The academics at Truman definitely keep students busy but aren't unmanageable especially with a staff that is, for the most part, open and more than willing in aiding in student success." Visit Niche for more on ,Truman State University,. #12 University of California, Davis — Davis, California Via Wikimedia Commons "My professors are all so knowledgeable and helpful and most TAs are really great and helpful as well. The curriculum are great. I always feel challenged." Visit Niche for more on ,University of California, Davis,. #11 Michigan Technological University — Houghton, Michigan Via Wikimedia Commons "I love my professors — all of them seem dedicated to their job, as well as understanding. The workload is more than most schools, but the best isn't the easiest!" Visit Niche for more on ,Michigan Technological University,. #10 University of Maryland, Baltimore County — Baltimore, Maryland Via Wikimedia Commons "UMBC is a very good school with heavy emphasis on the sciences. Most students are either science majors or are science majors who want to be doctors. Obviously most students are very serious about their academics." Visit Niche for more on ,University of Maryland, Baltimore County,. #9 New College of Florida — Sarasota, Florida Via Flickr "Unlike most other undergrad programs, New College puts you in direct contact with your professors- who actively encourage you to visit them to talk about the classes and possible projects. If you have a dream, New College will work with you to make it happen." Visit Niche for more on ,New College of Florida,. #8 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill — Chapel Hill, North Carolina Grant Halverson/Getty Images "Heavy workload, but manageable. Professors are simply the best in their field. Popular study areas are biology, psychology, business." Visit Niche for more on ,University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,. #7 Colorado School of Mines — Golden, Colorado Via Flickr "Mines is great on the academic side. The work load is difficult but reasonable. The professors are all very invested in your process of learning and provide plenty of help for your success. The curriculum is well known around the country for being one of the best in Engineering." Visit Niche for more on ,Colorado School of Mines,. #6 University of Michigan — Ann Arbor, Michigan Gregory Shamus/Getty Images "I'm not exaggerating when I say the academics here are 'the best.' They truly push students to grow and push past limits they place on themselves. The environment is so conducive to learning and there are so many places to meet up with friends, lab partners, or members of a group project to get all your work done." Visit Niche for more on ,University of Michigan — Ann Arbor,. #5 University of California, Los Angeles — Los Angeles, California Via Wikimedia Commons "There are students from different backgrounds whom which I learn a lot from. There is a lot of reading but it's interesting and doable. There are also a lot of internship opportunities, as well as scholarship opportunities." Visit Niche for more on ,University of California, Los Angeles,. #4 University of Virginia — Charlottesville, Virginia Via Wikimedia Commons "The academics here are stellar. Brilliant, engaging, helpful professors are the norm. Though I don't have experience with faculty in every department, my first hand combined with what I've heard from friends points towards high quality across the board." Visit Niche for more on ,University of Virginia,. #3 Georgia Institute of Technology — Atlanta, Georgia Scott Cunningham/Getty Images "I think there is nothing sexier than intelligence in both men and women, and the good thing about Tech is that most everyone is smart here." Visit Niche for more on ,Georgia Institute of Technology,. #2 University of California, Berkeley — Berkeley, California Via Wikimedia Commons "Berkeley is nationally ranked in almost every academic discipline. If you want great academics at a fraction of the cost of an Ivy, then look no further." Visit Niche for more on ,University of California, Berkeley,. #1 College of William & Mary — Williamsburg, Virginia AP Photo/Scott K. Brown "Studying at William and Mary is strongly emphasized. Everyone pushes themselves to work hard and get good grades. Those who go above and beyond are highly respected. We pride ourselves on our studying habits and our willingness to work hard to learn. We like to feel challenged." Visit Niche for more on ,College of William and Mary,.
There are many books written about billionaires but you can rarely find a book written by a billionaire. This is the complete list of 236 books written only by billionaires (fiction, casual, novel, poetry, cooking recipe books excluded) 1,000 Dollars and an Idea: Entrepreneur to Billionaire by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006) Texas Got it Right! by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006) Immigrant Spirit by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006) Beyond Tallulah: How Sam Wyly Became America's Boldest Big-Time Entrepreneur by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006) Dallas Got it Right! by Sam Wyly (Net worth: 1.1 billion as per Forbes 2006) The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense for the Thoughtful Investor by Howard S. Marks Made in America by Sam Walton (founder of Walmart) Business @ the Speed of Thought by Bill Gates (founder of Microsoft) The Road Ahead by Bill Gates Am I Being Too Subtle?: Straight Talk From a Business Rebel by Sam Zell Random Reminiscences of Men and Events by John D. Rockefeller John D. Rockefeller: The Autobiography of an Oil Titan and Philanthropist by John D. Rockefeller Quotations by John D. Rockefeller Attack and Win in Business by John D. Rockefeller The Colorado Industrial Plan by John D. Rockefeller John D. Rockefeller on Making Money: Advice and Words of Wisdom on Building and Sharing Wealth by John D. Rockefeller Dear Father, Dear Son: Correspondence of John D. Rockefeller and Jr. by John D. Rockefeller Zero To One by Peter Thiel (tech investor) Lean In For Grads by Sheryl Sandberg (female billionaire, one of the first employees at Google and Facebook) Lean In: Work, Women and The Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg Lean In for Grads by Sheryl Sandberg Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy by Sheryl Sandberg The Art of Being Unreasonable: Lessons in Unconventional Thinking by Eli Broad (net worth of $7.3 Billion) Jimmy: An Autobiography by Jim Pattison (net worth of $6.9 Billion) Birth: When the Spiritual and the Material Come Together by Shari Arison (female billionaire) Activate Your Goodness: Transforming the World Through Doing Good by Shari Arison The Doing Good Model: Activate Your Goodness in Business by Shari Arison The Link: How Doing Good Connects Us to Ourselves, Each Other…and Everything! by Shari Arison From Red Tape To Red Carpet And Then Some by Gina Rinehart Shoe Dog: A Memoir by Phil Knight (founder of Nike) The Wanda Way: The Managerial Philosophy and Values of One of China’s Largest Companies by Jianlin Wang (net worth of $25 Billion) Start Small Finish Big: Fifteen Key Lessons to Start – and Run – Your Own Successful Business by Fred Deluca (founder of Subway, $3 Billion) Always Fresh by Ronald Joyce (founder of Tim Horton, a doughnut chain, net worth of $1.39 Billion according to Forbes) Simply Rich by Rich Devos (founder of Amway) Ten Powerful Phrases for Positive People by Rich DeVos Believe! by Rich DeVos Compassionate Capitalism by Rich DeVos (this may be confusing since another billionaire wrote a book of the same name) Hope From My Heart by Rich DeVos The Virgin Way: Everything I Know About Leadership by Richard Branson Screw It Let’s Do It: Lessons In Life, Like A Virgin by Richard Branson Losing My Virginity by Richard Branson Virgin Rebel: Richard Branson In His Own Words by Richard Branson Let's not screw it, let's just do it: new lessons for the future by Richard Branson Screw Business As Usual by Richard Branson Business Stripped Bare by Richard Branson | Book Summary Reach for the Skies by Richard Branson Like a Virgin: Secrets They Won’t Teach You at Business School by Richard Branson Finding My Virginity by Richard Branson How to Make a Spaceship: A Band of Renegades, an Epic Race, and the Birth of Private Spaceflight by Richard Branson Moonshots: Creating a World of Abundance by Naveen Jain (Founder of InfoSpace, net worth: $8 Billion in 1998) What I Know For Sure by Oprah Winfrey The Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life's Direction and Purpose by Oprah Winfrey The Wisdom of Sundays: Life-Changing Insights from Super Soul Conversations by Oprah Winfrey The Best of Oprah's What I Know For Sure by Oprah Winfrey The Uncommon Wisdom of Oprah Winfrey: A Portrait in Her Own Words by Oprah Winfrey Journey to Beloved by Oprah Winfrey The Wisdom Journal: The Companion to The Wisdom of Sundays by Oprah Winfrey Practical Wisdom by Kochouseph Chittilappilly (Net worth: $1.2 billion as per Forbes 2018) Practical Wisdom 1: In Real Life and Management by Kochouseph Chittilappilly Practical Wisdom 2: In Real Life and Management by Kochouseph Chittilappilly The Gift : How I gave away a kidney and got richer at heart by Kochouseph Chittilappilly Nothing to Lose: Moments of belief that changed my life by Edir Macedo Leading By Design: The Ikea Story by Ingvar Kamprad (Net Worth of $33 Billion according to Forbes) The Gospel of Wealth by Andrew Carnegie Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie by Andrew Carnegie Business by Andrew Carnegie My Life and Work by Henry Ford (founder of Ford Motors) Today and Tomorrow by Henry Ford The International Jew by Henry Ford Edison As I Know Him by Henry Ford The Mary Kay Way: Timeless Principles from America's Greatest Woman Entrepreneur by Mary Kay Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! by Richard Feynman Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio (net worth of $18.7 Billion according to Forbes 04/20) A Template for Understanding Big Debt Crises by Ray Dalio Principles for Navigating Big Debt Crises by Ray Dalio How the Economic Machine Works by Ray Dalio Eat More Chikin by S. Truett Cathy (the founder of Chick-Fil-A, Net Worth of $6.2 Billion at the time of death according to Forbes.) Wealth: Is It Worth It? by S. Truett Cathy How did you do it, Truett? by S. Truett Cathy It’s Better to Build Boys than Mend Men by S. Truett Cathy It’s Easier to Succeed Than to Fail by S. Truett Cathy The Generosity Factor: Discover the Joy of Giving Your Time, Talent, and Treasure by Ken Blanchard (author of One Minute Manager) and S. Truett Cathy (this is a mini-parable explaining the benefits of generosity.) Netscape Time: The Making of the Billion-Dollar Start-Up That Took On Microsoft by Jim Clark (a.k.a. James H. Clark – net worth $1.3 billion, founder of three billion dollar tech companies) Built from Scratch by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank (Home Depot) Good Company by Arthur Blank (Home Depot) How to Lead: Wisdom from the World’s Greatest CEOs, Founders, and Game Changers by David M. Rubenstein The American Story: Conversations with Master Historians by David M. Rubenstein Winners Never Cheat by Jon Huntsman Barefoot to Billionaire: Reflections on a Life’s Work and a Promise to Cure Cancer by Jon Huntsman Sr. (Net Worth of $1 Billion according to Forbes, after giving away $1.2 billion) Ralph Lauren by Ralph Lauren Driven from Within by Michael Jordan For the Love of the Game: My Story by Michael Jordan I Can’t Accept Not Trying: Michael Jordan on the Pursuit of Excellence by Michael Jordan I’m Back!: More Rare Air by Michael Jordan What It Takes: Lessons In The Pursuit Of Excellence, ,by Stephen A. Schwarzman (net worth of $17.2 Billion according for Forbes, Oct, 2019) The Entrepreneur: 25 Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager by William Heinecke (net worth of $1.7 Billion according for Forbes) The Entrepreneur: Twenty-One Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager by William Heinecke (it seems to be an older version of the same book) How To Win At The Sport of Business by Mark Cuban Onward by Howard Schultz (Starbucks) From the Ground Up: A Journey to Reimagine the Promise of America by Howard Schultz Pour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built A Company One Cup At a Time by Howard Schultz For Love of Country by Howard Schultz From the Ground Up: My Journey to Reimagine the Role of a Global Business by Howard Schultz Steering Clear by Peter George Peterson (COE of Lehman Brothers, 1.6 Billion net worth) Bloomberg by Michael Bloomberg (Made his money from Bloomberg terminals) The Business of Happiness by Ted Leonsis Bailout Riches!: How Everyday Investors Can Make a Fortune Buying Bad Loans for Pennies on the Dollar by Bill Bartmann Pizza Tiger by Thomas Monaghan (founder of Domino’s) How To Be Rich by J. Paul Getty (Fortune named him the richest living American in 1957.) How to be a Successful Executive by J. Paul Getty As I See It: The Autobiography of J. Paul Getty My Life and Fortunes, the Autobiography of One of the World’s Wealthiest Men by J. Paul Getty (apparently he wrote two autobiographies?) The Joys of Collecting by J. Paul Getty (this is more about his priceless art collecting hobby) Ernest and Julio: Our Story Charles Schwab’s Guide To Financial Independence by Charles R. Schwab (net worth of $5.3 Billion) Charles Schwab's new guide to financial independence: practical solutions for busy people You’re Fifty, Now What? by Charles Schwab How to be Your Own Stockbroker by Charles Schwab Reinventing the Market by Charles Schwab Margin of Safety by Seth Klarman (investor) Dream No Little Dreams by Clayton L. Mathile The Essays of Warren Buffett by Lawrence Cunningham (a curation of Warren’s shareholder letters) Poor Charlie’s Almanack by Charlie Munger (Warren Buffett’s partner) Call Me Ted by Ted Turner (media business) It Happened in India: The Story of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central and The Great Indian Consumer by Kishore Biyani (net worth of $1.78 billion as per Forbes 2019) The First Billion Is The Hardest by T. Boone Pickens Boone by T. Boone Pickens Fooling Some of the People All of the Time by David Einhorn (investor) Soros on Soros by George Soros (probably the densest and most difficult of them all. This guy was born with a genius mind for macro-economists far beyond my comprehension.) In Defense of Open Society by George Soros The Tragedy of the European Union by George Soros Financial Turmoil in Europe and the United States: Essays by George Soros The Soros Lectures at the Central European University by George Soros The Crash of 2008 and What it Means by George Soros The New Paradigm for Financial Markets: The Credit Crisis of 2008 and What it Means by George Soros The Age of Fallibility by George Soros George Soros on Globalization by George Soros The Bubble of American Supremacy by George Soros Open Society by George Soros The Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered by George Soros Underwriting Democracy by George Soros Opening the Soviet System by George Soros The Alchemy of Finance by George Soros Direct from Dell by Michael Dell The Startup of You by Reid Hoffman The Alliance : Managing talent in the networked age by Reid Hoffman Blitzscaling: The Lightning-Fast Path to Building Massively Valuable Companies by Reid Hoffman The Meaning Revolution by Reid Hoffman The Science of Success by Charles G. Koch (net worth of $50.5 billion as per Forbes 2019) Good Profit: How Creating Value for Others Built One of the World’s Most Successful Companies by Charles G. Koch Better India: A Better World by Narayana Murthy Compassionate Capitalism: How Corporations Can Make Doing Good an Integral Part of Doing Well (2004) by Marc Benioff (net worth $3.9 Billion+) The Business of Changing the World: Twenty Great Leaders on Strategic Corporate Philanthropy (2006) by Marc Benioff Behind the Cloud: The Untold Story of How ,Salesforce.com: The Customer Success Platform To Grow Your Business, Went from Idea to Billion-Dollar Company-and Revolutionized an Industry by Marc Benioff Trailblazer: The Power of Business as the Greatest Platform for Change by Marc Benioff Habit of Labor: Lessons from a Life of Struggle and Success by Stef Wertheimer Man at a Machine by Stef Wertheimer Red Zone: Cars, Cows, and Coaches by Red McCombs Big Red: Memoirs of a Texas Entrepreneur and Philanthropist by Red McCombs The Education of an American Dreamer: How a Son of Greek Immigrants Learned His Way from a Nebraska Diner to Washington, Wall Street, and Beyond by Peter G. Peterson Finding America’s Voice: A Strategy for Reinvigorating U.S. Public Diplomacy (2010) by Peter G. Peterson Running on Empty: How the Democratic and Republican Parties Are Bankrupting Our Future and What Americans Can Do About It (2005) by Peter G. Peterson Gray Dawn: How the Coming Age Wave Will Transform America–and the World (2000) by Peter G. Peterson Will America Grow up Before it Grows Old: How the Coming Social Security Crisis Threatens You, Your Family and Your Country (1996) by Peter G. Peterson Facing Up: How to Rescue the Economy From Crushing Debt & Restore the American Dream (1993) by Peter G. Peterson Sharing the Wealth by Alex Spanos I Love Capitalism!: An American Story by Ken Langone ($3.4 Billion according to Forbes) Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-Invest the Herd by Thinking Differently by Ken Fisher How to Smell a Rat: The Five Signs of Financial Fraud by Ken Fisher The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t by Ken Fisher (I highly disagree with many points in this book; I prefer Warren Buffett’s style and Ken’s father’s book Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits) The Little Book of Market Myths: How to Profit by Avoiding the Investing Mistakes Everyone Else Makes by Ken Fisher Plan Your Prosperity: The Only Retirement Guide You’ll Ever Need, Starting Now–Whether You’re 22, 52 or 82 by Ken Fisher Debunkery: Learn It, Do It, and Profit from It — Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money-Killing Myths by Ken Fisher Markets Never Forget (But People Do): How Your Memory Is Costing You Money—and Why This Time Isn’t Different by Ken Fisher The Ten Roads to Riches: The Ways the Wealthy Got There (And How You Can Too!) by Ken Fisher Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-Invest the Herd by Thinking Differently by Ken Fisher Battle for Investment Survival by Ken Fisher 100 Minds That Made the Market by Ken Fisher How Google Works and The New Digital Age by Eric Schmidt, Chairman of Alphabet (formerly Google), 138th richest man in the world. (What I find interesting about him is that he doesn’t consider himself an entrepreneur. He considers himself a manager that helped Larry and Sergie create their dream of Google. You don’t have to be a CEO or founder guys!) Get Smarter: Life and Business Lessons by Seymour Schulich (Net worth of $1.5 billion according to Wikipedia) Grinding it Out by Ray Kroc (founder of McDonald’s) PAPA: The Story of Papa John’s Pizza by John H. Schnatter (Net worth of $1 billion according to Forbes) The Art Of the Deal by Donald J. Trump Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich-And Why Most Don’t by Donald Trump & Robert Kiyosaki Think Like A Champion by Donald Trump Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again Donald Trump The America We Deserve by Donald Trump Trump: The Way to the Top: The Best Business Advice I Ever Received by Donald Trump Trump 101: The Way to Success by Donald Trump (2006) Trump University Wealth Building 101: Your First 90 Days on the Path to Prosperity by Donald Trump (2007) Trump Never Give Up: How I Turned My Biggest Challenges Into Success by Donald Trump (2007) Think BIG and Kick Ass in Business and Life by Donald Trump (2007) Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men, One Message by Donald Trump & Robert Kiyosaki Customers Come First: From One Small Shop to a Worldwide Network of Stores by Masatoshi Ito The Heart Of Doing Business: Memoirs Of An Entrepreneur by Masatoshi Ito Am I Being Too Subtle?: The Adventures of a Business Maverick by Sam Zell (Net worth of $5 Billion according to Forbes) Lui Che-woo: Creating Value: The Journey of a Self-Made Billionaire: The Authorized Biography by Lui Che woo by Lui Che-woo (Net worth of $15 Billion according to Forbes) Against All Odds: An Autobiography by James Dyson (Net worth of $4.3 Billion according to Forbes) A History of Great Inventions by James Dyson Design by James Dyson Whatever the Odds The Incredible Story Behind DLF by Kushal Pal Singh (also known as K.P. Singh, Net worth of $5.3 Billion according to Forbes) Lim Goh Tong: My Life Story (Net worth of 4.2 billions dollar according to Forbes when he died, richest Malaysian at the time) Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman by Yvon Chouinard (Net worth of $1 Billion according to Forbes, founder of Patagonia, more of his books are in the Honorable Mention section) The Responsible Company: What We’ve Learned From Patagonia’s First 40 Years by Yvon Chouinard Billions to Bust and Back: How I Made, Lost and Rebuilt a Fortune by Thor Bjorgolfsson The Power of Many: Values for Success in Business and in Life by Meg Whitman Run Your Business, Don’t Let It Run You: Learning and Living Professional Management by Clay Mathile In for a Penny: A Business Adventure by Peter Hargreaves (founder of Subway, Net worth of $2.9 Billion) Powerhouse Principles: The Ultimate Blueprint for Real Estate Success in an Ever-Changing Market by Jorge Perez ($2.8 Billion) Threshold Resistance: The Extraordinary Career of a Luxury Retailing Pioneer by Alfred Taubman ($3.1 Billion) A Passion to Win by Sumner Redstone (chairman of Viacom, Net worth of $5.4 Billion according to Forbes) – Read My Book Summary Making It Big by Binod Chaudhary (from Nepal, net worth of $1.32 Billion according to Forbes) binod chaudry billionaire book Mochtar Riady: My Life Story (from Indonesia, the founder of Lippo Group; net worth of $1.83 Billion according to Forbes) mochtar riady billionaire book Everything is Possible: Life and Business Lessons from a Self-Made Billionaire and the Founder of Slim-Fast by S. Daniel Abraham (net worth of $2.1 Billion according to Forbes) Peace is Possible: Conversations with Arab and Israeli Leaders from 1988 to the Present by S. Daniel Abraham The Z Factor: My Journey as the Wrong Man at the Right Time by Subhash Chandra (net worth of $4.4 Billion according to Forbes) A Passion to Build: a Memoir of David M. Consunji (net worth of $3.5 Billion) Dave Says Well Done!: The Common Guy’s Guide to Everyday Success by Rex David “Dave” Thomas (founder of Wendy’s) My Life & the Principles for Success by H. Ross Perot (net worth of $4.1 Billion) Ross Perot: My Life by H. Ross Perot A Business Handbook: Advice I Gave My Son by H. Ross Perot United We Stand: How We Can Take Back Our Country by H. Ross Perot Not for Sale At Any Price: How We Can Save America for Our Children by H. Ross Perot Save Your Job, Save Our Country by H. Ross Perot The Dollar Crisis by H. Ross Perot Intensive Care by H. Ross Perot Ross Perot Speaks Out: Straight Talking Answers to Today’s Tough Questions by H. Ross Perot Repped: 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation by Andrew Beal (net worth of $9.3 billion as of Forbes 2019) Radically Transparent: Monitoring and Managing Reputations Online by Andrew Beal Simple Fly Fishing: Techniques for Tenkara and Rod and Reel by Yvon Chouinard 180° South: Conquerors of the Useless by Yvon Chouinard Climbing Ice by Yvon Chouinard Out Where the West Begins: Profiles, Visions, and Strategies of Early Western Business Leaders by Philip Anschutz Out Where the West Begins, Volume 2: Creating and Civilizing the American West by Philip Anschutz Oil of Russia: Past, Present & Future by Vagit Alekperov (net worth $19.8 Billion as of Forbes 2020) Vertically Integrated Oil Companies of Russia: Formation Methodology and Realization by Vagit Alekperov Hope this helps, Upvote if you like it :)