Top College Physics programs
New York University performed very well in a recent ranking of physics degree programs. College Factual ranks programs offered by 4-year U.S. Colleges and Universities and has recently updated their 2017 rankings.
New York University's physics program was ranked 35 out of 245 nationwide. This makes NYU one of the top programs in the U.S. to study physics.
Congrats to @nyuniversity a top 40 school for Physics in latest @CollegeFactual ranking. See more.
New York University's physics program has also been ranked 5 out of 23 in the state of New York. This means the physics program at NYU is in the top 5 in New York.
NYU improved its ranking position in New York by 1 slots over its previous year's ranking of 6.
Congrats to @nyu for recognition as a top 40 school for Physics in latest @CollegeFactual ranking.
Superior Outcomes at New York University for Students Earning Physics Degrees
Based upon PayScale survey data*, a student who graduates from NYU with a degree in physics will make average early-career earnings of $60, 000 and average mid-career earnings of $111, 000. This is 51.9% above the national average of all graduates who make $40, 000 in their early career. It is also 65.1% above the average graduate's mid-career salary of $67, 000.
About New York University
New York University is located in New York, New York in what is generally considered a city environment serving approximately 24, 990 undergraduate students. Learn more about NYU.
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