Graduate Programs

Grad programs

The Department of Physics offers graduate programs leading to an M.S. in Physics, a Ph.D in Applied Physics, and a Ph.D. in Applied Physics with Emphasis in Medical Physics.

The industrial practicum course is an important feature of the Ph.D. program in Applied Physics allowing students to gain first-hand experience in laboratories outside of the University.  This experience directly supports our doctoral students in their efforts to connect fundamental knowledge acquired in the academic setting with real-world applications and challenges.

For Further Information

  • Physics Graduate Programs & Requirements from the 2020/2021 Graduate Catalog
  • Refer to the Graduate Catalog for general information regarding graduate programs.
  • Contact Dr. Martin Muschol, Graduate Director