Prof. Ron Marzke


Prof. Maarten Golterman


Prof. Jeffrey Greensite


Prof. Susan Lea

(info for incoming grads)

The Physics and Astronomy Department offers the Master of Science Degree in Physics. The degree may include coursework in physics, astronomy and astrophysics, and thesis work in any of the fields represented by our research faculty. The goal of the master's degree is to provide a solid, in-depth background in theory and experiment. This prepares students for

This program combines advanced education in core physics topics with additional advanced courses, laboratory and computer work, and more concentrated work in a specialty such as solid-state physics, quantum optics, astrophysics, or computational physics. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in research with one of our faculty members.
Information for incoming students Graduation rate for some PhD programs
Procedures for graduation How to obtain letters of recommendation Taking courses through Open University
Placement test Comprehensive Oral Examination PHYSICS GRADUATE PROGRAMS SURVEY by the Committee on the Status of Women in Physics