8 Best colleges for Computational Chemistry in Florida

Below is the list of best universities in Florida ranked based on their research performance in Computational Chemistry. A graph of 51.4K citations received by 1.19K academic papers made by 8 universities in Florida was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with an official site as it's constantly changing data.

  1. For Computational Chemistry

    University of Florida logo
    Acceptance Rate
    37%
    Average SAT
    1390
    Average ACT
    31
    Receiving Aid
    92%
  2. For Computational Chemistry

    Florida State University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    36%
    Average SAT
    1270
    Average ACT
    28
    Receiving Aid
    97%
  3. For Computational Chemistry

    University of South Florida logo
    Acceptance Rate
    48%
    Average SAT
    1250
    Average ACT
    28
    Receiving Aid
    93%
  4. For Computational Chemistry

    University of Miami logo
    Acceptance Rate
    27%
    Average SAT
    1355
    Average ACT
    31
    Net Price
    $33,102
  5. For Computational Chemistry

    Schiller International University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    100%
    Net Price
    $16,118
    Receiving Aid
    50%
    Average Aid
    $5,442
  6. For Computational Chemistry

    Florida International University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    58%
    Average SAT
    1195
    Average ACT
    26
    Receiving Aid
    90%
  7. For Computational Chemistry

    University of Central Florida logo
    Acceptance Rate
    44%
    Average SAT
    1255
    Average ACT
    28
    Receiving Aid
    92%
  8. For Computational Chemistry

    Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    36%
    Average SAT
    1095
    Average ACT
    21
    Receiving Aid
    95%

Closest to Florida states to learn Computational Chemistry