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  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog

Physics - Computational Physics, Non-thesis, (MS)


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MS Degree Program


Program Admission Requirements


  1. Prospective students, in addition to meeting the requirements for admission to The Graduate School, are required to present as a prerequisite for admission a satisfactory record of undergraduate work in physics. Normally 21 credit hours of physics course work will be required, including classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, modern physics, quantum physics, and thermal physics, and 12 credit hours of calculus and differential equations. Students who are deficient in undergraduate work may be admitted on a conditional basis and would be allowed to take graduate courses only after fulfilling the undergraduate course deficiencies. Submission of general GRE score is strongly recommended for admission.

Program Requirements


After meeting the general degree requirements for admission to The Graduate School


After meeting the general degree requirements for admission to The Graduate School, students selecting Physics as a major will be assigned to the Department Graduate Committee, which must approve and direct their course of study.

Core requirements (9 credit hours)*:


Computational Physics, non-thesis program (33 credit hours)


(Physics Program requirement*: 9 credit hours, Concentration requirement: 6 credit hours, Additional courses: 18 credit hours)

Sufficient additional courses numbered 6000 and above


Sufficient additional courses numbered 6000 and above, including PHYS 7100 /PHYS 8100  and PHYS 7300 , to satisfy a minimum of 33 semester hours. These courses can be taken in a collateral field of study. CHEM 6415, COMP 7721, MATH 6391 , MATH 6393, MATH 6721 , MATH 7321 , MATH 7393 .

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