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Physics Schools in Weed, California

There is one school located near Weed, CA offering physics programs. One physics student graduated from programs at the College of the Siskiyous in 2010. One of all these students graduated with associates degrees and these students graduated with certificates.

Overview

On average, 0 students graduate from programs in this municipality in physics every year. One student graduated with a physics degree at the associate's level.

This college is a public school.

Average tuition for physics programs at this college is $650. On average, public tuitions at California physics schools are $3,501 and private tuitions are $35,918.

This community college offers certificates and associates degrees for students pursing physics.

Physics Program Completions 2006 - 2010 in Weed, California

On average, 0 students graduate from programs in this municipality in physics every year. One student graduated with a physics degree at the associate's level.

Physics Program Completions 2006 - 2010 in Weed, California

  • Certificate 2006: 0
  • Certificate 2007: 0
  • Certificate 2008: 0
  • Certificate 2009: 0
  • Certificate 2010: 0
  • Associate 2006: 0
  • Associate 2007: 0
  • Associate 2008: 0
  • Associate 2009: 0
  • Associate 2010: 1

Physics Program Availability in Weed, California

This college offers a total of two programs in physics. Of these programs, close to 50% are certificate level programs. The remaining programs are degrees at the associates level.

Physics Program Availability in Weed, California

  • Certificate: 1
  • Associate: 1

Physics Schools in Weed, California

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1. The College of the Siskiyous

800 College Ave
Weed, CA 96094-2899
(530) 938-5555

The College of the Siskiyous is near the heart of downtown Weed. It offers two physics programs. Of those, it offers students one physics certificate and one degree at the associate's level in physics. 2,732 students seek degrees in 77 programs at this community college, overall.