Washington Doctorates and PhDs in Astronomy and Astrophysics
While studying for a doctorate in astronomy, you'll experience writing research papers, gain exposure to specialized topics in the field, learn theoretical techniques and much more. Sound interesting? Learn more about these graduate programs today!
- Pullman, WAPullman, WA
Washington State University
Areas of interest: Astronomy, Materials Science, Nuclear Physics, Optical Physics, Theoretical and Computational Physics...
- Seattle, WASeattle, WA
University of Washington
Ours is a close-knit, moderate-sized department with 16 tenured and research faculty and 25 graduate students. This is a high faculty-student ratio. It reflects both the care that our students receive as well as the wide range of scientific interests in...