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Physics Schools in Vermont

There are five Vermont schools offering physics programs. In 2010, 30 students graduated with degrees from Vermont physics schools. 30 of all these students graduated with bachelors degrees and these students graduated with masters degrees.

Overview

30 students graduate from physics programs in this state, on average, each year. 30 students graduated with a degree in physics at the bachelor's level.

Five physics schools are located in this New England state. Out of these, while one school is public, four schools are private. While public physics school tuition is $14,066, private physics school tuition varies from $34,845 to $41,350.

Average tuition for physics programs is $28,820. While the highest tuition for physics programs, which is $41,350 each year, is at Bennington College, the lowest tuition in this state, which is $14,066 per year, is at the University of Vermont.

Physics schools in this state offer bachelors degrees and masters degrees. No undergraduate level students in physics pursued masters level degrees in 2010.

Physics Program Completions in Vermont 2006 - 2010

30 students graduate from physics programs in this state, on average, each year. 30 students graduated with a degree in physics at the bachelor's level.

Physics Program Completions in Vermont 2006 - 2010

  • Bachelor 2006: 25
  • Bachelor 2007: 21
  • Bachelor 2008: 29
  • Bachelor 2009: 24
  • Bachelor 2010: 30
  • Master 2006: 1
  • Master 2007: 1
  • Master 2008: 1
  • Master 2009: 0
  • Master 2010: 0

Physics Program Availability in Vermont

Vermont schools offer a total of seven programs in physics. Of these programs, 85.7% are programs at the bachelor's level. The remaining programs are degrees at the masters level.

Physics Program Availability in Vermont

  • Bachelor: 6
  • Master: 1

Physics Schools in Vermont

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1. Bennington College

One College Drive
Bennington, VT 05201-6003
(802) 442-5401

Bennington College, which is very close to Bennington, Vermont, is located in a rural area and this school offers one program in physics. Bennington is one of 11 liberal arts colleges in Vermont. Bennington is the fifth biggest institution in the state of Vermont offering physics.

2. Middlebury College

Old Chapel
Middlebury, VT 5753
(802) 443-5000

Middlebury College is located in Middlebury, Vermont, where students can enjoy a rural setting. and Middlebury offers one physics program. This school is a 4-year institution. Middlebury is the third biggest institution in the state of Vermont offering physics in terms of programs.

3. Marlboro College

2582 South Rd
Marlboro, VT 05344-0300
(802) 257-4333

Marlboro College offers one physics program and Marlboro is located in Marlboro, Vermont, where students can enjoy a rural setting. Marlboro is a 4-year institution. In terms of enrollment, this school ranks sixth in the state of Vermont.

4. Saint Michael's College

One Winooski Park
Colchester, VT 5439
(802) 654-2000

Saint Michael's College offers one physics program and it is located in the suburbs of Colchester, Vermont. This small school is one of 11 liberal arts colleges in Vermont. Saint Michael's is the fourth oldest institution in the state of Vermont offering programs in physics.

5. The University of Vermont

85 S Prospect St
Burlington, VT 05405-0160
(802) 656-3131

The University of Vermont, which is 0.6 miles from the center of the city, is located in Burlington, VT. This university offers two programs in physics. Specifically, this university offers one degree at the bachelor's level in physics to students and one master's level physics degree. It is the only institutions with a medical school in Vermont. In terms of programs, it is the biggest institution in the state of Vermont offering physics.