Physics Schools Offering Engineering Physics Programs

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In 2015, we ranked 146 physics schools offering engineering physics programs. Engineering physics programs are the most popular in California (11 schools), New York (10 schools), Pennsylvania (9 schools), and Texas (7 schools).

The best engineering physics program in the United States is offered by Missouri University of Science and Technology. That school has an excellent engineering physics program: five stars for curriculum and four stars for teaching.

The Top 25 engineering physics schools are below. To learn about all engineering physics schools, please narrow your search by state or desired degree. Alternatively, check our ranking of the best engineering colleges in the United States.



Top 25 engineering physics schools:

Missouri University of Science and Technology - Physics School Ranking
Colorado School of Mines - Physics School Ranking
University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Physics School Ranking
Cornell University - Physics School Ranking
4. Cornell University

Ithaca, New York

Pennsylvania State University - Physics School Ranking
5. Pennsylvania State University

University Park, Pennsylvania

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign - Physics School Ranking
6. University of Illinois

Champaign, Illinois

The University of Tennessee - Physics School Ranking
7. The University of Tennessee

Knoxville, Tennessee

University of Wisconsin Madison - Physics School Ranking
University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh - Physics School Ranking
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Physics School Ranking
Texas A & M University College Station - Physics School Ranking
Columbia University in The City of New York - Physics School Ranking
University of California Berkeley - Physics School Ranking
Purdue University - Physics School Ranking
14. Purdue University

West Lafayette, Indiana

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - Physics School Ranking
University of Florida - Physics School Ranking
16. University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida

Oregon State University - Physics School Ranking
Ohio State University - Physics School Ranking
California Institute of Technology - Physics School Ranking
University of California San Diego - Physics School Ranking
Yale University - Physics School Ranking
21. Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut

University of Colorado Boulder - Physics School Ranking
University of Minnesota Twin Cities - Physics School Ranking
University of California Davis - Physics School Ranking
Harvard University - Physics School Ranking
25. Harvard University

Cambridge, Massachusetts





Engineering physics schools by state:

Schools by StateNo Engineering Physics Schools in Alabama3 Engineering Physics Schools in Arizona1 Engineering Physics Schools in Arkansas11 Engineering Physics Schools in California2 Engineering Physics Schools in Colorado2 Engineering Physics Schools in ConnecticutNo Engineering Physics Schools in Delaware3 Engineering Physics Schools in Florida3 Engineering Physics Schools in Georgia3 Engineering Physics Schools in Idaho5 Engineering Physics Schools in Illinois5 Engineering Physics Schools in Indiana3 Engineering Physics Schools in Iowa4 Engineering Physics Schools in Kansas1 Engineering Physics Schools in Kentucky1 Engineering Physics Schools in Louisiana1 Engineering Physics Schools in Maine3 Engineering Physics Schools in Maryland4 Engineering Physics Schools in Massachusetts6 Engineering Physics Schools in Michigan2 Engineering Physics Schools in Minnesota2 Engineering Physics Schools in Mississippi5 Engineering Physics Schools in Missouri1 Engineering Physics Schools in MontanaNo Engineering Physics Schools in Nebraska1 Engineering Physics Schools in Nevada2 Engineering Physics Schools in New Hampshire2 Engineering Physics Schools in New Jersey3 Engineering Physics Schools in New Mexico10 Engineering Physics Schools in New York3 Engineering Physics Schools in North Carolina2 Engineering Physics Schools in North Dakota7 Engineering Physics Schools in Ohio6 Engineering Physics Schools in Oklahoma1 Engineering Physics Schools in Oregon9 Engineering Physics Schools in Pennsylvania2 Engineering Physics Schools in Rhode Island3 Engineering Physics Schools in South Carolina3 Engineering Physics Schools in South Dakota3 Engineering Physics Schools in Tennessee7 Engineering Physics Schools in Texas1 Engineering Physics Schools in UtahNo Engineering Physics Schools in Vermont3 Engineering Physics Schools in Virginia2 Engineering Physics Schools in WashingtonNo Engineering Physics Schools in District of Columbia1 Engineering Physics Schools in West Virginia3 Engineering Physics Schools in WisconsinNo Engineering Physics Schools in Wyoming

Engineering physics schools by diploma:

Certificates: 16 schools
Associate's Degrees: 10 schools
Bachelor's Degrees: 122 schools
Master's Degrees: 50 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 37 schools

Engineering physics schools by region:

Northeast: 32 schools
Midwest: 45 schools
South: 40 schools
West: 29 schools

Popular cities for engineering physics schools:

Cambridge: 2 schools
Dayton: 2 schools
Atlanta: 2 schools
Columbia: 2 schools
Pittsburgh: 2 schools
University Park: 2 schools
Chicago: 2 schools
Tulsa: 2 schools
Saint Louis: 2 schools
Providence: 2 schools
Golden: 1 school
Madison: 1 school
Troy: 1 school
New York City: 1 school
Ann Arbor: 1 school
Rolla: 1 school
Knoxville: 1 school
Salt Lake City: 1 school
Norman: 1 school
Pocatello: 1 school

Other physics programs:

General Physics: 995 schools
Nuclear and Atomic Physics: 26 schools
Molecular and Biophysics: 125 schools
Chemical Physics: 87 schools
Atmospheric and Geophysics: 41 schools
Astrophysics and Astronomy: 95 schools
Optical Sciences: 15 schools
Medical Physics: 18 schools
Teacher Education: 95 schools


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