With an overall population of 34,980 and a student population of 12,418, approximately 1,205 of Rome students attend one of Rome's schools that offer chemistry programs.
Rome's largest chemistry school is Shorter University. In 2010, Shorter University graduated approximately 4 students from its chemistry program.
In 2010, 4 students graduated with a chemistry degree in Rome. In 2009 tuition at chemistry schools in Rome was $16,300 per year, on average.
In addition to tuition costs, plan on spending an average of $1,000 for chemistry related books and supplies each year. And if you live on campus, you will face an additional expense of $7,800 per year, on average, for room and board. If you live at home, you can cut this cost down to approximately $21,050.
If you decide to work as a chemist in Rome, your job prospects are not very good. The government projects that the number of chemists in Rome will decrease by -1% by the year 2018. This projected change is slower than the projected nationwide trend for chemists.