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The Master of Science in Physics is a 45-semester-hour program consisting of coursework at the 5000 and 6000 level, together with research conducted under the guidance of one of the departmental research groups and culminating in a master's thesis.

Course (Credits)

Year Taken - Semester Offered

PHY 5115 Mathematical Physics (3)

1 - Fall

PHY 5240 Advanced Classical Mechanics (3)

1 - Fall

PHY 5346 Advanced Electromagnetic Theory I (3)

1 - Fall

PHY 5156 Computational Physics (3)

1 - Spring

PHY 5347 Advanced Electromagnetic Theory II (3)

1 - Spring

PHY 6524 Statistical Physics (3)

1 - Spring

PHY 6645 Advanced Quantum Mechanics I (3)

2 - Fall

PHY 6935 Graduate Research Seminar (3)

2 - Fall

PHY 6646 Advanced Quantum Mechanics II (3)

2 - Spring

PHY 5xxx/6xxx Advanced Topics/Electives (3)

2 and above - Fall, Spring

For more information, consult the Graduate Catalog.