Physics M.S.Offered by: Department of Physics The M.S. degree requires satisfactory completion of 30 credit hours of course work at the 50000 and 60000 levels.
What will you learn?
During his/her first year, the student will generally take courses that meet the Mathematics and core Physics requirements.
Students choose an advisor as soon as possible but not later than the end of his/her second semester.
Once an advisor is chosen, an advisory committee, consisting of the advisor and two other faculty members in the Department, should be appointed. The student will work with this group to develop a Plan of Study for the remainder of his/her Master’s program. Courses taken should reflect a coherent theme of interest.
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