M.S. in Physics


The department offers a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Physics, with both thesis and non-thesis options. There is considerable flexibility in the selection of courses, including those from related disciplines, which permits highly individualized programs of study. Thesis research can be carried out in any area in which a student and a faculty member find a common interest, though the bulk of present research efforts at the doctoral level are centered in the broad area of condensed matter physics.

For more information, please contact one of the Graduate Program Directors:
Dr. Leonard Kahn and Dr. Alexander Meyerovich