Unlocking Limitless Potential
Work alongside faculty on leading research programs that center on condensed matter physics, theoretical nuclear physics, astronomy and planetary science and biological physics as a physics graduate student. You will spend significant time in the lab and delve deep into the laws of the universe in the sub-area that interests you.
Our program is open to those with a bachelor's degree in one of the science-related fields, including engineering, computer science, electronics or a similar area. Those who did not major in physics may be required to take some of the advanced undergraduate courses to prepare themselves for the graduate classes.