Applied Physics (MS)

The M.S. in Applied Physics is an interdisciplinary program that offers concentrations in astrophysics, geophysics, materials science, biophysics, mathematical physics, and solid-state physics. The program provides students with an excellent opportunity to gain research experience at the Center for Applied Physics Studies and Institute for Micromanufacturing. The curriculum consists of 30-36 credit hours, depending on the track the student chooses.



Mission Statement

We prepare our Physics graduates to respond to the needs and challenges of our ever-changing world and provide them the knowledge, skills, ethics, creativity, and critical thinking skills necessary for professional competence and life-long learning.

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Advising Materials

For a list of prerequisites, required courses and suggested pathways, select the curriculum sheet below.

Applied Physics (M.S.) Curriculum Sheet