In the United States, 9 colleges are offering Theoretical and Mathematical Physics programs. The average tuition & fees of the Theoretical and Mathematical Physics program at those schools are **$11,058 for state residents and $51,216 for out-of-state students** for the academic year 2021-2022. The average salary after completing the Theoretical and Mathematical Physics program is **$54,168 for a bachelor's degree and $84,235 for a master degree**.

For the academic year 2021-2022, the average tuition of colleges offering Theoretical and Mathematical Physics program is **$51,216 for undergraduate programs and $40,094 for graduate programs**. The following table shows the average tuition & fees for Theoretical and Mathematical Physics programs.

In-State | Out-of-State | |
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Undergraduate | $11,058 | $51,216 |

Graduate | $12,859 | $40,094 |

Next jobs are possible careers after completing Theoretical and Mathematical Physics major program. The average wage is based on the employment and wage data (May 2019) from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)^{}. **The average annual wage of Natural Sciences Managers career is $145,450 and, for Physicists, the average annual income is $131,080. **

Job Title | Hourly Wage | Annual Wage |
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Natural Sciences Managers | $69.93 | $145,450 |

Physicists | $63.02 | $131,080 |

Physics Teachers, Postsecondary | - | $101,110 |

The following table shows the average earning of students three years after completing the Theoretical and Mathematical Physics program by degree type. The average earning after graduation is **$54,168 for bachelor's degree and $84,235 for master degree programs**.

Degree | Average Earning | Average Loan Debt |
---|---|---|

Associate's Degree | $18,469 | - |

Bachelor's Degree | $54,168 | $21,081 |

Master's Degree | $84,235 | - |

Doctoral Degree | $106,638 | - |

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