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Physics (MS)

The graduate physics program is intended to serve the needs of students who wish to enhance their preparation for a doctoral degree in physics or applied science, students who wish to obtain a terminal master's degree in order to work in a physics or engineering related industry, and students who wish to enhance their teaching of physics at the secondary level. To fulfill these purposes, the department offers a degree program: Master of Science in Physics.

The MS in Physics program is built around a core of five graduate courses and a selection of applied courses in the faculty's areas of expertise that are designed to tie into current areas of research and interest within both academia and industry.

In order to maximize the availability of our offerings, graduate courses in our program are taught in the evening.


See more information in the Physics Department​. ​