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Cheapest Colleges for Atomic/Molecular Physics

How much does it cost to go to school for a Atomic/Molecular Physics major and what are the most affordable colleges? The average annual out-of-state cost for a bachelor program in Atomic/Molecular Physics is $44,819 with an estimated average four year degree total cost of $179,276. The most affordable bachelor program is offered by Texas A & M University Commerce at an annual $30,688 out of state total cost. This represents a 32% discount from the national average program cost. Harvard University has the nation's most popular bachelor program for Atomic/Molecular Physics with 11 degrees awarded per year.

All annual price data are reprinted from the U.S. Department of Education's 2017-2018 IPEDS Survey and multi-year program estimates are made based on multiples of yearly figures. Please contact schools directly to confirm current and specific program pricing as we cannot guarantee our estimate accuracy.

Bachelor Programs

California Colleges Offering Four Year Bachelor's Degrees in Atomic/Molecular Physics

Affordable California schools for a bachelor's degree in Atomic/Molecular Physics
College Major Graduates Out Of State Total Cost In State Total Cost
San Diego State University 2 $37,160 $25,280

Massachusetts Colleges Offering Four Year Bachelor's Degrees in Atomic/Molecular Physics

Affordable Massachusetts schools for a bachelor's degree in Atomic/Molecular Physics
College Major Graduates Out Of State Total Cost In State Total Cost
Harvard University 11 $66,609 $66,609

Texas Colleges Offering Four Year Bachelor's Degrees in Atomic/Molecular Physics

Affordable Texas schools for a bachelor's degree in Atomic/Molecular Physics
College Major Graduates Out Of State Total Cost In State Total Cost
Texas A & M University Commerce 1 $30,688 $18,238