2018 Best Physics Schools in Kentucky

College Factual's Physics Rankings Guide for Kentucky

Not many colleges in Kentucky offer Physics as a major. Just 2 to be precise.

Students will pay prices around $56,117 and $294,105 in Kentucky to get their Physics degree.

Early career salaries of $50,803 and mid-career salaries of $90,575 are normal for a graduate with a Physics degree.  Read on to learn what colleges provide the very best opportunities for Physics grads.

Top Physics Colleges in Kentucky Ranked by Quality

The subsequent listings spotlight the top colleges and universities in Kentucky to get a Physics degree. To come up with this ranking, we include just the schools in the state that offer Physics and sort for quality. Check the full ranking methodology here.

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It is hard to find a better school than University of Kentucky if you wish to study Physics. University of Kentucky offers graduate degrees in physics for those interested in an advanced degree. With over 20,000 students, University of Kentucky is among the largest schools in the nation.

University of Kentucky provides graduate degree programs for those who wish to keep going after earning a four-year degree.UK's men's basketball team is a giant you're sure to enjoy experiencing. Videos from UK could be a good way to explore university.

Morehead State University is a good decision for students pursuing a Physics degree. Morehead, Kentucky supplies a whimsical small-town feeling for college students to grow in.

If you're concerned with accumulating too much debt, you should note that Morehead State University students graduate with just $24,152 in student loans.Freshman students are not required to live on-campus at Morehead State University. Watch some school videos to explore what's happening on campus.

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