There are schools offering science classes in Massachusetts!
Schools Offering Science Programs in Massachusetts
Harvard University, which was ranked 0th nationwide in 2010, is the top-ranked school in Massachusetts that has a science program. It is located in Cambridge. 777 students graduated with a degree in science from Harvard University in 2010. Harvard University charged in-state students $38,415 in tuition fees per year.
The second-ranked school in Massachusetts with a science program is Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which is located in Cambridge. In 2010, it was ranked 9th nationwide. In 2010, Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduated 373 students from its science program. The tuition rate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology was $39,212 per year.
Tufts University, which was ranked 9th nationwide in 2010, is the third-ranked school in Massachusetts that has a science program. It is located in Medford. In 2010, 368 students graduated from Tufts University science program. The tuition rate at Tufts University was $41,598 per year.
Science schools in Massachusetts, charge students an average tuition of $23,820 per year. But, tuition can be as much as $41,982 per year, or as little as $3,144 per year. In 2010, the science schools that charged the highest tuition rates in Massachusetts were:
- Bard College at Simon's Rock - located in Great Barrington, students are charged $41,982 per year
- Tufts University - located in Medford, students are charged $41,598 per year
- Williams College - located in Williamstown, students are charged $41,434 per year
The science schools that charged the lowest tuition rates in Massachusetts were:
- Bunker Hill Community College - located in Charlestown, students are charged $3,144 per year
- Roxbury Community College - located in Boston, students are charged $3,192 per year
- Cape Cod Community College - located in West Barnstable, students are charged $3,624 per year
A science degree from a Massachusetts school... what next?
Some of the most popular jobs science graduates in Massachusetts pursue include environmental scientist, biology professor, science professor, biophysics scientist , and chemist. In 2010, there were 20,180 science professional working in Massachusetts, including 410 life scientists, 1,920 environmental scientists, and 2,030 biology professors. The following counties have the largest number of Massachusetts science professionals:
- Bristol County - 14,420 science professionals
- Middlesex County - 1,550 science professionals
- Windham County - 1,500 science professionals
The government projects that the number of science professionals in Massachusetts will grow by 17%. By 2018, there will be an estimated 20,610 science professionals working in Massachusetts. The greatest growth for science professional is predicted to be amongst Clinical Research Scientists, who are expected to increase by 45% by 2018.
On average, science professionals earn $95,111 per year. However, this number is only an average. Science professional in Massachusetts had varying salaries from $16,020 to $159,470 per year in 2010. The counties in Massachusetts with the highest average salary for science professionals are:
- Bristol County - $104,671 per year
- Middlesex County - $94,420 per year
- Franklin County - $94,050 per year
The following counties in Massachusetts have the lowest average salaries for science professional:
- Barnstable County - $65,895 per year
- Hartford County - $67,258 per year
- Windham County - $75,862 per year
The science professionals with highest average salaries in Massachusetts were:
- Science Professor - $120,170 per year
- Biophysics Scientist - $107,580 per year
- Biology Professor - $99,190 per year
The science professionals with lowest average salaries in Massachusetts were:
- Chemist - $83,220 per year
- Life Scientist - $79,810 per year
The charts and graphs below have additional Massachusetts statistics regarding a career in science. Take a look and compare salaries with various related fields such as engineering or chemical engineering.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Science in Massachusetts
- Bachelor's Degree in Science in Massachusetts
- Master's Degree in Science in Massachusetts
- Doctoral Degree in Science in Massachusetts
- Certificate in Science in Massachusetts
Curious what studying Science gets you?
Check out the different options and how they're looking in Massachusetts
|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists||8,180||$91,230||70.4%|
|Postsecondary Teachers, All Other||3,610||$120,170||-21.7%|
|Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary||2,030||$99,190||18.7%|
|Environmental Scientists and Specialists, Including Health||1,920||$84,580||-18.6%|
|Life Scientists, All Other||410||$79,810||215.4%|
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