The Tide has turned.

It’s not the Harvard grads who are raking in the biggest paychecks after graduation — and in fact, it’s not the Ivy League grads at all. It’s the graduates of Harvey Mudd College — an engineering, science, and math college in California with just about 800 total students– who take that honor.

Indeed, Harvey Mudd grads earn a median of $85,600 early in their careers and $157,400 by mid-career, according to data released on Tuesday by PayScale, which, in this case, looked at grads who didn’t go on to pursue an advanced degree. That’s compared to $72,600 and $142,600, respectively, for Harvard grads.

One reason Harvey Mudd takes the cake may be that it has a focus on STEM professions, which in general, earn more than other degrees. Data from the National Association of Colleges and Employers found that the projected average salary of a 2017 grad with an engineering degree is about $66,000, computer science $65,500 and math and science $59,368; meanwhile, a humanities grad can expect to make just $48,700. These stats may also help explain why the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the California Institute of Technology both land in the top 5 on this list.

Degrees from these four-year schools earn you the most money
* Does not include students who went on to earn an advanced degree

Rank College Early career earnings Mid-career earnings
1 Harvey Mudd College $85,600 $157,400
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology $83,600 $150,400
3 United States Naval Academy $78,600 $149,800
4 California Institute of Technology $83,400 $143,100
5 Stanford University $76,500 $143,100
6 Harvard University $72,600 $142,600
7 Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences $80,200 $142,600
8 United States Military Academy $79,300 $141,900
9 Princeton University $72,700 $141,300
10 SUNY Maritime College $73,300 $140,100

Source: PayScale

But perhaps even more compelling — at least for those looking to avoid student loan debt — is that many graduates of two-year colleges actually earn more than those at four-year schools. Indeed, grads of Helene Fuld College of Nursing make $68,100 in their early careers and $90,500 at mid-career, for example.

Degrees from these two-year schools earn you the most money

Rank College Early career earnings Mid-career earnings
1 Helene Fuld College of Nursing $68,100 $90,500
2 Pacific Union College $65,500 $89,800
3 Cochran School of Nursing $63,200 $84,800
4 Laboure College $61,600 $83,500
5 Phillips School of Nursing at Mount Sinai Beth Israel $59,300 $82,100

Source: PayScale

As you can see, this list is dominated by schools that focus on nursing. That’s because nursing salaries, at least right out of school, are often even higher than average salaries from four-year schools. According to government data, the median salary for a nurse if $70,000.