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Physics Schools in Idaho

There are five schools in the state of Idaho offering physics programs. 57 students graduated from programs at Idaho physics schools in 2010. 34 of all these students graduated with bachelors degrees and 15 students graduated with masters degrees.

Overview

56 students graduate from programs in Idaho in physics, on average, each year. Specifically, two students graduated with an associate's level physics degree, 34 with a degree at the bachelor's level, 15 with a degree at the master's level, and six with a degree at the doctorate level.

Five physics schools are in Idaho. And out of these, while three schools are public, two schools are private. Public physics school tuition varies from $5,300 to $5,416, while private physics school tuition varies from $3,660 to $23,100.

Average tuition for programs in physics is $7,645. While the lowest tuition in this Rocky Mountain state, which is $3,660 each year, is at Brigham Young University-Idaho, the highest tuition for physics programs, which is $23,100 every year, is at Northwest Nazarene University.

Physics schools in this state offer associates degrees, bachelors degrees, masters degrees, and doctoral degrees.

Physics Program Completions in Idaho 2006 - 2010

56 students graduate from programs in Idaho in physics, on average, each year. Specifically, two students graduated with an associate's level physics degree, 34 with a degree at the bachelor's level, 15 with a degree at the master's level, and six with a degree at the doctorate level.

Physics Program Completions in Idaho 2006 - 2010

  • Associate 2006: 1
  • Associate 2007: 2
  • Associate 2008: 3
  • Associate 2009: 6
  • Associate 2010: 2
  • Bachelor 2006: 22
  • Bachelor 2007: 22
  • Bachelor 2008: 38
  • Bachelor 2009: 31
  • Bachelor 2010: 34
  • Master 2006: 13
  • Master 2007: 12
  • Master 2008: 10
  • Master 2009: 6
  • Master 2010: 15
  • Doctorate 2006: 1
  • Doctorate 2007: 4
  • Doctorate 2008: 4
  • Doctorate 2009: 3
  • Doctorate 2010: 6

Physics Program Availability in Idaho

Schools in this state offer a total of ten physics programs. Of these programs, about 50% are programs at the bachelor's level. The remaining programs are degrees at the masters level, the doctoral level, and the associates level.

Physics Program Availability in Idaho

  • Associate: 1
  • Bachelor: 5
  • Master: 2
  • Doctorate: 2

Career Trends

Physicists — Salary by Percentile

Physicists — Salary by Percentile

Physicists — Salary by Percentile

  • 10th Percentile: 78170
  • 25th Percentile: 91320
  • Median: 111350
  • 75th Percentile: 139870
  • 90th Percentile: 166400

Career Trends

Physicists — Employment Trend

Physicists — Employment Trend

Physicists — Employment Trend

  • Median Salary 2006: 92660
  • Median Salary 2007: 95350
  • Median Salary 2008: 107840
  • Median Salary 2009: 108520
  • Median Salary 2010: 111350
  • Total Employed 2006: 180
  • Total Employed 2007: 130
  • Total Employed 2008: 80
  • Total Employed 2009: 70
  • Total Employed 2010: 70

Idaho vs National Physics Employment

Idaho vs National Physics Employment

  • Employed in Idaho: 0.415% (70)

Physics Schools in Idaho

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1. Brigham Young University - Idaho

525 S Center
Rexburg, ID 83460
(208) 496-2411

Brigham Young University-Idaho offers one physics program and it is in town of Rexburg, Idaho. It is the second largest institution in the state of Idaho offering physics in terms of programs.

2. Idaho State University

921 S 8th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83209
(208) 282-2700

Idaho State University, which is near the center of the city, is in Pocatello, ID. This university offers four physics programs. More specifically, it offers students one degree at the associate's level in physics, one bachelor's level physics degree, one master's level degree in physics, and one degree at the doctorate level in physics. 12,543 students seek degrees in 216 programs at this research university, overall. In terms of enrollment, it ranks third in the state of Idaho.

3. The College of Southern Idaho

315 Falls Ave.
Twin Falls, ID 83301
(208) 733-9554

The College of Southern Idaho is a public 2-year institution, founded in 1960. This college is in town of Twin Falls, Idaho. This college is the fifth biggest institution in the state of Idaho. It offers students 34 certificates and 96 associates level degrees. In 2010, 7,615 students pursued degrees from the 106 programs at this college. It offers subjects such as real estate, HVAC, and chemical engineering. The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities accredits this college. It is one of 3 community colleges in Idaho.

4. Northwest Nazarene University

623 S. Holly St
Nampa, ID 83686-5897
(208) 467-8011

Northwest Nazarene University offers one program in physics and this school, which is near the heart of downtown, is located in Nampa, ID. NNU is a 4-year institution. This small school is the fourth oldest institution in the state of Idaho offering programs in physics.

5. Boise State University

1910 University Dr
Boise, ID 83725
(208) 426-1011

Boise State University is near the heart of downtown and this school offers one program in physics. 19,992 students seek degrees in 168 programs at this public school, overall. BSU is the fifth oldest institution in the state of Idaho offering physics programs.

6. The University of Idaho

875 Perimeter Drive
Moscow, ID 83844-2282
(888) 884-3246

The University of Idaho offers three programs in physics. More specifically, U-Idaho offers one physics degree at the bachelor's level to students, one master's level degree in physics, and one doctorate level physics degree. U-Idaho is in town of Moscow, Idaho. Overall, 12,302 students seek degrees in 211 programs at this university. In terms of programs, UI is the second largest institution in the state of Idaho offering physics.