Top Atomic/Molecular Physics Masters degree Programs - 2020

For all the 11 degrees granted in Atomic/Molecular Physics per year, the majority of them are Doctors degree research scholarship. Out of the 3 students graduating with degrees at the Masters degree level in the US, 100% percent identify as men and 0% percent identify as women. While students at schools all over the US study Atomic/Molecular Physics, Minnesota has the most graduates. The average annual income for a graduate with a bachelor's degree in Atomic/Molecular Physics is $55,100.

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See where Atomic/Molecular Physics is the most popular major in the U.S.
This heat map represents the states that have the highest percent of Atomic/Molecular Physics degrees compared to all other degrees awarded in that state.
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Top Colleges for Atomic/Molecular Physics

The best ranked schools for Atomic/Molecular Physics majors include the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Norfolk State University and with 2 students receiving degrees in Atomic/Molecular Physics at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. Learn more about college options in the table below.

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Careers for Atomic/Molecular Physics Majors

For Atomic/Molecular Physics majors, some of the most in demand jobs include Natural Sciences Managers, Physics Teachers, Postsecondary and Physicists. Not only that, Atomic/Molecular Physics graduates may land a high salary job, such as Natural Sciences Managers or Physicists.

Top Paying Careers for Atomic/Molecular Physics

  1. Natural Sciences Managers   (Median Wage: $129,100)
  2. Physicists   (Median Wage: $122,850)
  3. Physics Teachers, Postsecondary   (Median Wage: $89,590)

Most in Demand Careers for Atomic/Molecular Physics

  1. Natural Sciences Managers
  2. Physics Teachers, Postsecondary
  3. Physicists
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