Master of Science in the Field of Physics
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
Prerequisite: a bachelor’s degree with a major in physics at this University, or an equivalent degree.
The following requirements must be fulfilled:
The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Graduate Programs.
36 credits, including 30 credits in required courses and 6 credits in either elective courses or thesis.
|PHYS 6110||Mathematical Methods of Theoretical Physics|
|PHYS 6120||Advanced Mechanics|
|PHYS 6210||Electrodynamics and Classical Field Theory|
|PHYS 6220||Quantum Mechanics I|
|PHYS 6310||Statistical Mechanics|
|PHYS 6510||Communications in Physics|
|PHYS 6130||Computational Physics I|
|PHYS 6230||Computational Physics II|
|PHYS 6330||Computational Physics III|
|DATS 6202||Machine Learning I: Algorithm Analysis|
|Non-thesis option—two of the following:|
|PHYS 6610||Nuclear and Particle Physics I|
|PHYS 6710||Nuclear and Particle Physics II|
|PHYS 6720||Biophysics II|
|PHYS 6630||Astrophysics I|
|PHYS 6730||Astrophysics II|
|PHYS 6998||Thesis Research|
|PHYS 6999||Thesis Research|
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