Graduate Programs by Location

Browse graduate programs in physics, astronomy and related fields by location.

StateAbbrNumber of Programs
AlabamaAL6
AlaskaAK2
ArizonaAZ8
ArkansasAR2
CaliforniaCA28
ColoradoCO6
ConnecticutCT7
DelawareDE1
FloridaFL10
GeorgiaGA6
HawaiiHI3
IdahoID3
IllinoisIL13
IndianaIN10
IowaIA4
KansasKS4
KentuckyKY2
LouisianaLA5
MaineME1
MarylandMD9
MassachusettsMA18
MichiganMI15
MinnesotaMN5
MississippiMS3
MissouriMO6
MontanaMT1
NebraskaNE3
NevadaNV2
New HampshireNH2
New JerseyNJ10
New MexicoNM5
New YorkNY33
North CarolinaNC7
North DakotaND2
OhioOH17
OklahomaOK4
OregonOR5
PennsylvaniaPA14
Rhode IslandRI3
South CarolinaSC2
South DakotaSD1
TennesseeTN4
TexasTX24
UtahUT3
VermontVT1
VirginiaVA11
WashingtonWA3
West VirginiaWV1
WisconsinWI7
WyomingWY1
Mexico (all states)MEXICO4

 

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Advice to Students

The best thing you can do as an undergraduate or early graduate student is get as broad a training as possible, in both science and communications.
Communication skills are extremely important, especially to aspiring scientists. Scientific research is funded as a public good by the federal government and various institutions. To get this funding you must compete with many others who want the same funding.
— Dr. Fred Dylla, Executive Director and CEO of the American Institute of Physics, Podcast Episode #4

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