In USA, nanotechnology courses are offered at the Johns Hopkins University; University of California; Florida State University; Oregon State University; Northwestern Polytechnic University; Mansfield University of Pennsylvania and Millersville University.
Johns Hopkins University offers B.S. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering – Interfaces and Nanotechnology; B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering – Nanotechnology and Master of Science in Engineering Management – Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology at an educational cost of US $39,150 a year for the international students. University of California, Los Angeles conducts M.S. in Aerospace Engineering – Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)/Nanotechnology and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering – Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)/Nanotechnology programs for an estimated educational cost of US $24,676 a year.
Duration of this master level program is three years. Florida State University provides MS in Materials Science and Nanotechnology and PhD in Materials Science and Nanotechnology for a cost of about US $21,932 a year while Oregon State University provides BA in Chemical Engineering – Nanotechnology Processes and BS in Chemical Engineering – Nanotechnology Processes for a cost of US $18,864 a year Northwestern Polytechnic University offers master degrees in engineering with specialization in nanotechnology such as Master of Science in Computer Systems Engineering – Nanotechnology and NEMS and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering – Nanotechnology and NEMS. Mansfield University of Pennsylvania awards bachelor qualifications in nanotechnology viz. B.S. Chemistry Degree (Nanotechnology Concentration) and B.S. Physics Degree (Nanotechnology Concentration).
Cost of the program is approximately US $13,886 a year Millersville University offers four year duration bachelor qualifications in nanotechnology such as B.A. in Physics – Nanotechnology Option and Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Nanotechnology Option. Cost of the program is approximately US $14,480 a year. Other major US universities that offer nanotechnology courses are University of Maryland (Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering – Nanotechnology); University of Southern California (Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering Nanotechnology); University of Pennsylvania (BSE in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering – Nanotechnology); Wayne State University (BS in Chemical Engineering – Molecular Engineering and Nanotechnology Option); Drexel University (Bachelor of Science in Materials Engineering – Nanoscale Materials and Nanotechnology).
Louisiana Tech University (M.S. in Molecular Sciences and Nanotechnology) and the California University of Pennsylvania (Bachelor of Science in Biology – Nanotechnology Concentration). In addition to this, Normandale Community College provides qualifications such as Associate in Applied Science in Nanotechnology with Emphasis in Vacuum Technology and Surface Science; Associate in Science Degree in Nanotechnology and Associate in Science Degree in Nanotechnology with Emphasis in Semiconductor Process Technician. Texas State Technical College – Waco; Northwest Vista College and the Richland College offer an Associate in Applied Sciences Degree – Nanotechnology and Tulsa Community College offers an Associate in Applied Science in Electronics Technology – Nanotechnology Option program.