With an overall population of 67,890 and a student population of 50,530, approximately 48,702 of College Station students attend one of College Station's schools that offer chemistry programs.
Of the 1 chemistry schools in College Station, the largest chemistry school, by student population, is Texas A & M University. Approximately 96 students graduated in 2010 from Texas A & M University with credentials in chemistry.
In 2010, 96 students graduated with a chemistry degree from one of College Station's chemistry schools. Tuition in 2009 at College Station's chemistry schools was $20,316 per year for instate students and $34,746 per year for out of state students.
In addition to tuition costs, you should plan on spending an average of $1,278 for books and supplies each year, while enrolled in a chemistry program in College Station. And if you live on campus, you will face an additional expense of $8,039 per year, on average, for room and board at College Station-based chemistry schools. Students who live at home can cut this cost down to approximately $12,277.
If you decide to work as a chemist in College Station, your job prospects are not very good. There were 5,410 chemists working in Texas and 450 working in the greater College Station area in 2010. College Station's chemist workforce is projected to increase by 7% by the year 2018. This anticipated change is faster than the projected nationwide trend for chemists.
The average salary you can expect to earn as a chemist in College Station is $43,460 per year, which is lower than the average for chemists state-wide.