College of Science and Health > Academics > Physics > Graduate Programs > Physics (MS) > Degree Requirements
A thesis based on independent research in theoretical or experimental physics is generally required. However, a review thesis reflecting study of a broad subject or development of an interdisciplinary, historical or educational theme is also acceptable with permission from the Graduate Committee.
As a rule, one course credit of 4 quarter-hours in PHY 480 THESIS RESEARCH is applicable to the thesis research. An additional PHY 480 THESIS RESEARCH course (4 credit hours) may be allowed with the written approval of the student's faculty advisor. While students are permitted to register for more than two 4-credit sections of PHY 480 THESIS RESEARCH, in no case will more than two PHY 480 THESIS RESEARCH courses (4 credit hours each) be applied toward the Master of Science degree.
Students are advanced to candidacy upon the written approval of their thesis proposal by the graduate committee, subject to the rules and conditions given below. An oral examination on the thesis is required, eligibility and rules are given below.
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