Graduate School Programs in Engineering Physics/Applied Physics

There are 17 graduate schools offering Masters degree Programs in Engineering Physics/Applied Physics.In year 2012-2013, Masters degrees was awarded by US universities to 118 students in Engineering Physics/Applied Physics. Highest number of students who got their Masters Degree were 20 from Columbia University In the City of New York . Female students highest graduation was in Columbia University In the City of New York.
Some of the Graduate School Programs with highest enrollment are Engineering Physics/Applied Physics are

  • University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - 8169,
  • San Jose State University - 4381,
  • Oregon State University - 5048,
  • University of California-Berkeley - 4915.

  • Cost of Masters Degree in Engineering Physics/Applied Physics

    The tuition for masters degree program at a Graduate School Engineering Physics/Applied Physics could vary significantly between public and a private university. Tuition for Masters program at a top ranked school like Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is $43,350 while University of Central Oklahoma has tuition $11,759. Public universities cost less compared with a private university, the per year program cost for Graduate Masters program in Engineering Physics/Applied Physics at a top ranked school University of California-Davis is $26,322

    Top Ranked Universities for Masters In Engineering Physics/Applied Physics

    ImageUniversityRankingTuitionAcceptance Rate
    Harvard University237576 $5.81 Engineering *: 231    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 1
    Yale University335500 $7.73 Engineering *: 229    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 1
    Columbia University In the City of New York436688 $6.95 Engineering *: 1984    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 20
    California Institute of Technology1038085 $12.77 Engineering *: 515    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 6
    Cornell University1529500 $16.55 Engineering *: 1428    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 20
    University of California-San Diego3726322 $35.35 Engineering *: 1271    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 10
    University of California-Davis3926322 $48.26 Engineering *: 763    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 3
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute4443350 $43.58 Engineering *: 539    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 1
    Stevens Institute of Technology8028800 $40.45 Engineering *: 1287    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 7
    University of Tulsa9418630 $40.72 Engineering *: 154    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 1
    University of Oklahoma Norman Campus10915667 $79.14 Engineering *: 522    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 1
    Illinois Institute of Technology11820142 $54.33 Engineering *: 1155   
    University of Maine17922662 $77.71 Engineering *: 139    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 3
    University of Central Oklahoma46011759 $78.89 Engineering *: 9    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 4
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Daytona Beach48214760 $78.54 Engineering *: 266    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 5
    Naval Postgraduate School2 Engineering *: 958    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 18
    Polytechnic Institute of New York University23472 $67.13 Engineering *: 1218    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 2
    Air Force Institute of Technology-Graduate School of Engineering & Management16512 $2 Engineering *: 587    Engineering Physics/Applied Physics **: 15

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