A program that focuses on the theoretical and observational study of the structure, properties, and behavior of stars, star systems and clusters, stellar life cycles, and related phenomena. Includes instruction in cosmology, plasma kinetics, stellar physics, convolution and non-equilibrium radiation transfer theory, non-Euclidean geometries, mathematical modeling, galactic structure theory, and relativistic astronomy.
California grants the most Bachelors degrees in Astrophysics of all US states with 90 degrees being granted last year. Students wanting to major in Astrophysics can expect around 42% percent of their classmates to be women and 58% percent of their classmates to be male. The majority students graduating in this field earn a Bachelors degree. The average annual income for an undergraduate degree in Astrophysics is $51,867.
If you’re interested in studying Astrophysics, then you should think about applying to Princeton University! This school awards around 12 degrees at the Bachelors degree level in Astrophysics per year.
For Astrophysics majors, some of the most in demand careers include Natural Sciences Managers, Physicists and Atmospheric, Earth, Marine, and Space Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary. Additionally, Astrophysics graduates may land a high-paying job, such as Natural Sciences Managers or Astronomers.