Physics Schools Offering Master's Degrees in Washington

Washington Master's Degree SchoolsOffered In
Washington is a good place to earn physics master's degree. There are 2 schools offering physics programs in Washington, and the best option is offered by University of Washington Seattle. This college offers an excellent physics master's degree program evaluated with five stars for curriculum and four-star rating for teaching.

Read the details about both physics schools providing master's degrees in Washington below or narrow your search by program or city in Washington.

Washington physics master's degree schools:

University of Washington Seattle - Physics School Ranking
University of Washington Seattle

Seattle, 8 master's programs

Washington State University - Physics School Ranking
Washington State University

Pullman, 2 master's programs

Washington physics master's degrees by major:

General Physics: 2 schools
Engineering Physics: 1 school
Nuclear and Atomic Physics: 1 school
Molecular and Biophysics: 1 school
Chemical Physics: 1 school
Atmospheric and Geophysics: 1 school
Astrophysics and Astronomy: 1 school

Other physics diplomas in WA:

Certificates: 1 school
Associate's Degrees: 28 schools
Bachelor's Degrees: 14 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 2 schools

Washington physics schools by city:

Aberdeen: 1 school
Auburn: 1 school
Bellevue: 1 school
Bellingham: 3 schools
Bothell: 1 school
Bremerton: 1 school
Centralia: 1 school
Cheney: 1 school
College Place: 1 school
Des Moines: 1 school
Ellensburg: 1 school
Everett: 1 school
Kirkland: 1 school
Lakewood: 1 school
Longview: 1 school
Lynnwood: 1 school
Moses Lake: 1 school
Mount Vernon: 1 school
Olympia: 1 school
Pasco: 1 school
Pullman: 1 school
Puyallup: 1 school
Seattle: 6 schools
Shoreline: 1 school
Spokane: 3 schools
Tacoma: 3 schools
Vancouver: 1 school
Walla Walla: 2 schools
Wenatchee: 1 school
Yakima: 1 school

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