Campus Astronomy and Astrophysics Masters Washington Graduate Programs
A masters degree in astronomy could be a good fit for those with a background in physics. Potential career options include becoming an astronomer, working in engineering, becoming an educator and much more.
- 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...