The University of Alabama: COVID-19 exception: The GRE requirement for Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 applicants has been waived.
University of Louisville: The Physics subject GRE is preferred, but not required.
The University of Alabama: COVID-19 exception: The GRE requirement for Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 applicants has been waived.
University of Louisville: The Physics subject GRE is preferred, but not required.
College description: In light of the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, Stanford reaffirms its commitment to perform individualized, holistic review of each applicant to its graduate and professional programs. The university recognize that students may have faced significant challenges during the period of disruption caused by the pandemic, and the university will take such individual circumstances into account during application review. The university goal remains to form graduate student cohorts that are excellent and encompass a diversity of perspectives, backgrounds and experiences that enrich the graduate educational experience.GRE Subject Test in Physics not required.
GRE subject exam required for the PhD.
See Honors Coop deadlines GRE general test scores required. GRE Physics Subject Test scores required.
College description: University of Chicago provides doctoral students with the most up-to-date knowledge and research training with the goal of preparing them for leadership roles and productive scientific careers in academia, clinical physics, industry, and government.
GRE: No GRE scores are required because the certificate is a post-graduate training program.
GPA: A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required. We look at all grades, but more closely at physics and math grades; we are looking for well-prepared applicants with a strong background in physics and math Language requirement: Applicants must have a Ph.D. from either a U.S, Canadian or International university.
TOEFL or IELTS scores are not required for US or Canadian applicants, but required for international applicants.
Deadline: Applications are accepted online beginning January 1 of each year and are reviewed on a rolling basis. As long as space is available in the certificate program and the deadline hasn't passed (please see Important Dates), applications will be considered. Be advised that since the program practices rolling admissions, places may fill prior to the listed application deadline. Interested applicants are advised to submit their materials early.
Enrollment: The faculty committee will review material and make admissions decisions on a rolling basis. Deferrals for accepted applicants will not be granted; students who wish to defer will need to reapply for the following year.
Admission Medical Physics
College description: Both Master of Science in Medical Physics and Professional Doctorate in Medical Physics degrees are offered at Vanderbilt UniversityThe DMP program is not a PhD program. Although the Vanderbilt University does not yet offer an officially Vanderbilt-sanctioned PhD Medical Physics program, historically some of the university MS students, after completion of the MS Medical Physics Degree, have continued graduate study by being accepted into the Vanderbilt University Physics PhD program. Following successful completion of Physics PhD core curriculum requirements, choosing a medical physics research mentor, successfully completing the PhD Qualifier Exam, and completing and defending a medical physics dissertation topic, the student is awarded a Physics PhD degree.Bachelor’s Degree in Physics, Applied Physics, Physical Science, or Engineering from an accredited college or university.The GRE Advanced Physics Exam is not required.
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Physics, Applied Physics, Physical Science, or Engineering (with the equivalent of a minor in physics) from an accredited college or university.
2. Physics Prerequisites: Calculus III, Differential Equations, Modern Physics, Modern Physics Lab, and Computer Programming Language or demonstrated equivalent. In addition, you must have junior/senior level undergraduate physics courses in Electricity & Magnetism, Classical Mechanics, and Quantum Mechanics. Also, although not a prerequisite, we strongly encourage some formal knowledge of statistics.
3. The successful candidate should have a minimum undergraduate GPA score of 3.0/4.0 or a B average.
4. The general GRE is required. The suggested minimal acceptable score for admission is a total of 312 (or 1270 for tests taken before August 1, 2011), with a minimal score on the quantitative section of 156 (or 720 for tests taken before August 1, 2011).
5. The GRE Advanced Physics Exam is not required.
6. Students from non-English speaking countries are required to demonstrate proficiency in English by submitting results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The suggested minimal acceptable score on the TOEFL exam is a 600 (paper)/250 (computer)/100 (internet).
UCLA Physics and Biology in Medicine Interdepartmental Graduate Programs
College description: PB MED 205 Physics of Diagnostic Radiology.Production of x-rays, basic interactions between x-rays and matter, x-ray system components, physics principles of medical radiography, radiographic image quality, fluoroscopy, image intensifiers, special procedures, and x-ray protection.Common Core Course : Two of the following courses may fulfill the six-course core requirement.PB MED 203 Physic of Radiation Therapy.Basic principles of magnetic resonance , imaging physics, and contrast mechanisms.Exploration of role of biological imaging in modern biology and medicine, including imaging physics, instrumentation, image processing, and applications of imaging for a range of modalities.Introduction to computer-based statistical concepts, data analysis, and experimental design within biomedical physics research.PB MED 227 Current and Future Role of Biomedical Physics in Human Disease.This course will describe the present and future roles of Biomedical Physics in the diagnosis and treatment of human disease, focusing on the interdisciplinary nature of this field. This will include exploration of two diseases in depth with detailed description of the roles of physics-based diagnostic imaging and therapeutic options for each disease.PB MED 260A Seminar: Physics and Biology in Medicine FallPB MED 260B Seminar: Physics and Biology in Medicine WinterPB MED 260C Seminar: Physics and Biology in Medicine SpringPB MED 207 Monte Carlo Methods with Application for the Radiological Sciences.Mathematics and statistical fundamentals prevalent in biomedical physics studies.PB MED 219 Principles and Applications of Magnetic Resonance Imaging.PB MED 225 Contrast Mechanisms and Quantification in Magnetic Resonance Imaging.Basic principles of computed tomography , various reconstruction algorithms, special characteristics of CT, physics in CT, and various biomedical applications.Enforced requisites: courses PB MED 203, 216.Lecture, four hours.PB MED 495 Physics and Biology in Medicine Special Studies.PB MED 596 Physics and Biology in Medicine Research.596 Physics and Biology in Medicine ResearchOnly one 596 course may be applied toward M.S. degree requirements.May not be applied toward M.S. degree requirements.PB MED 598 Research for and Preparation of M.S. Thesis.Two 598 courses may be applied toward M.S. degree requirements.PB MED 599 Research for Ph.D. Dissertation.
A TOEFL score of at least 560 on the paper and pencil test or 220 on the computer based test is the minimum required for applicants to graduate programs at UCLA.
An IELTS overall band score of at least 7.0 is the minimum required.
The university department does not have a required minimum score.
All application materials and online submission must be received and completed by December 1st, 2020.
TOEFL or IELTS scores
College description: Successful completion of the Ph.D. program in Physics requires completion of course work, participation in seminars and Special Problems, acceptance into Ph.D. candidacy by passing a Comprehensive Exam , and thesis research.The following resources are available to current graduate students.Graduate Handbook: Detailed information the university courses of study, degree requirements, administrative matters, facilities, etc.
The GRE Physics Test is NOT REQUIRED for applicants with Physics or Astronomy degrees from the students.S. colleges and universities.
Official transcripts are required with the application.
The GRE Physics Test is required for applicants from outside the the students.S. Official scores must be sent directly from ETS. The minimum score for the GRE Physics Test is 640, but the Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus does show some flexibility for special cases.
The TOEFL minimum is 106 and official scores must be sent directly from ETS. If their score is less than 100, retake the TOEFL exam and raise their score.
Official transcripts and, if applicable, Degree Certification documents are required and must be in English.
College description: This group exists simply because many of us find it useful to discuss the challenges the university encounter as women and other gender minorities in physics.
The university understand that many of the university applicants may face difficulty scheduling GRE tests due to complications with COVID-19. Because of this, the GRE will NOT be required for Physics PhD, Biophysics PhD, or Physics BS/MS applications for Fall 2021 admission.
No application will be penalized or placed at a disadvantage by not reporting Physics or General GRE scores.
The minimum Spoken English score required for TOEFL is 23.
Accept online letters of recommendation only
Accept online Statement of Purpose only.
Accept online letters of recommendation ONLY.
Accept online letters of recommendation ONLY
College description: Consider joining the Smith Physics and Astronomy Club, a student-directed organization of science enthusiasts.The primary areas of knowledge covered by the university major are mechanics, electricity and magnetism, quantum mechanics and thermal physics. In addition to these physical topics, the university students need to master a variety of mathematical topics required in these fields.At least as important as disciplinary knowledge are the skills required for a degree in physics.They should also get a good working knowledge of the main ideas to emerge from physics education research.Built around the core courses that achieve this goal, the major allows options within the requirements that provide flexibility to students primarily interested in interdisciplinary applications of physics.The requirements for the major are as follows: 117, 118, 210, 215, 240, 317, 318, 319, 327, 350 , 360 , and 399.Students may substitute CHM 1 for PHY 327 and CHM 2 for PHY 319. This option is intended for students double majoring in chemistry.Students double majoring in astronomy and or planning on graduate work in astrophysics may substitute AST 0, 5, 7 or 352 for PHY 360 as their 300 level physics elective.Students planning on graduate work in chemistry may substitute CHM 5, 6, 8, or 398 for PHY 360 as their 300-level physics elective.Students planning on graduate work in the geosciences may substitute GEO 309 or 311 for PHY 360 as their 300-level physics elective.Physics majors and minors are advised to acquire a facility in scientific computing and numerical analysis and to learn to design and fabricate a working tool, instrument or device in the Center for Design and Fabrication.
The normal preparation by students admitted to graduate study in the department is minimally a bachelor's degree in physics. However, in the past, students with degrees in engineering, mathematics or other areas have been admitted.
Candidates planning to do graduate study in physics should have completed at least (preferably, more than) 15 semester credit hours in undergraduate physics beyond introductory courses, as well as at least 6 credits of mathematics beyond college-level calculus.
The university requires scores for the general Graduate Record Examination (GRE) from all Ph.D. applicants, although there are no specific required minimum scores and the results are considered as only one part of the overall credentials of the applicant. The department requires that all Ph.D. applicants also take the advanced GRE Subject Exam in Physics. The GRE exams are not required for M.S. applicants (optional).
International students must take the TOEFL exam to demonstrate proficiency in written and spoken English.
Graduate Admissions Physics and Astronomy
College description: If applicant are a current UA physics major interested in a Masters in Physics, applicant may be interested in UA’s Accelerated Masters Program.If applicant have received a degree from a the students.S. institution within three years of the time of enrollment, a TOEFL score is not necessary.General GRE scoreTo receive full consideration for departmental support via graduate teaching or research assistantships, all application materials should be received by January 15.If applicant have not received a decision by April 15th then applicant may be on a wait list.The graduate admission committee bases decisions on their entire application package.However, applicant may submit a PGRE score if applicant feel it can support their application .Score: 85% percentile Average Physics GRE score: 830 — not required for admission.Continuous is usually available for PhD students in good academic standing either through teaching assistantships, research assistantships, or fellowships. Graduate PhD students on assistantships are guaranteed summer TA support for their first year. The average yearly salary for current graduate students is ~$23,000.Students are also strongly encouraged to apply for external graduate fellowships, like the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.For Masters only students is not guaranteed and normally unavailable.While the The University of Alabama does not automatically require a bachelor’s in physics to be eligible for admission, the The University of Alabama is looking for evidence that the university applicants are prepared for graduate level physics.The The University of Alabama does not require the Physics GRE exam.
COVID-19 exception: The GRE requirement for Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 applicants has been waived. Applicants do not need to submit GRE scores. If applicant have received a degree from a the students.S. institution within three years of the time of enrollment, a TOEFL score is not necessary.
The minimum requirements for admission include a combined verbal plus quantitative score of at least 300 on the general GRE ; this GRE score must be less than five years old at the time of enrollment.
For applicants whose first language is not English, the university require a TOEFL score of at least 550 on the paper-based test or 213 on the computer-based test or 79 on the internet-based test or an iELTS score of at least 6.5; these scores need to be less than two years old at the time of enrollment.
General GRE score
The university will evaluate their statement of purpose very carefully.
In order to be considered for university fellowships all application materials should be received by December 15. To receive full consideration for departmental support via graduate teaching or research assistantships, all application materials should be received by January 15.
The graduate admission committee bases decisions on their entire application package.
– The committee looks for GRE scores higher than 300. For Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 applicants, GRE requirements have been waived.
However, applicant may submit a PGRE score if applicant feel it can support their application .
– their statement of purpose is very important. The SoP should also address any weaknesses in their application package.
The university aren’t able to consider any prospective student for admission until an application and all required documents have been submitted.
Score: 85% percentile Average Physics GRE score: 830 — not required for admission. Average P-GRE percentile: 73% — not required for admission. Average Toefl: 102
The GRE requirement has been waived for Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 applicants.
The The University of Alabama does not require the Physics GRE exam. However, applicant may submit a PGRE score if applicant feel it can support their application.
If applicant are interested in a particular area of Physics, please list it under the specialty area section of their graduate application.
Incomplete — Some parts of their application are missing or have not been received yet.
Physics and Astronomy
College description: Incomplete or late applications may not be considered.GRE Subject Score are not required.To ensure that their scores are sent to the university Department, please choose Physics 0808 .Research suggests there’s a better way to teach physics to university students.
Applications for the Graduate Program in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at KU are made through the Office of Graduate Studies. Start the Application Process. For those of you that have applied, the department releases their first round of offer letters towards the end of January. Individuals that receive an offer have until the national deadline of April 15th to accept or decline the offer. After April 15th the admissions committee will revisit availability and determine if a second round of offers can be made.
a. Domestic - $65.00
b. International - $85.00
Requirements for regular admission:
All students admitted to the MS, MS/PhD, or PhD program must meet the University's requirements for regular admission.
a. Bachelor's Degree or Higher
b. GPA 3.0 or above in at least one previous degree
c. English proficiency that meets the requirements for Regular Admission (International Applicants only)
When to apply
To ensure full consideration, apply before the application submission date. Letters of recommendation should be submitted before the application deadline. Incomplete or late applications may not be considered.
a. Submission date for Spring admission is October 1st.
b. Submission date for Fall admission is December 31st.
Please upload ALL documents specified below at the time of application submission. Additional materials provided after the online application process (by email or post) will not be considered. We will review your application only after the application is complete.
1. Transcripts A scanned version of the transcript from your undergraduate and any post-Bachelor institution(s). If admitted, you will be required to submit official transcripts by the end of your first semester at KU to avoid having a hold placed on your student account. Review the KU Transcript requirement for more information, especially for International Applicants who may need to provide additional documentation.
2. Statement of Purpose A single document also including: academic interests and professional goals.
3. Resume or Curriculum Vitae
4. Recommendations. You will be asked for the names and email addresses of three people who can write a recommendation letter describing your qualifications for graduate school in physics and astronomy. Once you submit the application, an email will be sent to each recommender requesting a letter and electronic survey from each person that you name.
5. GRE Scores are not required. A scanned version of your score report is acceptable for review.
6. GRE Subject Score (Physics) are not required. If you choose to submit your score, a scanned version of your score report is acceptable for review. Admitted students who take the GRE and achieve a score of 650 or higher will be exempt from taking the Department's Diagnostic Exam during Orientation
7. Proof of English proficiency. Please review the requirements for admissions and employment and the KU Policy Library. To be considered for GTA/GRA support, you must be admitted on Regular Admission/Status. A scanned version of your score report is acceptable for review; however, an official score report is required before admission can be offered.
8. Foreign GPA. If your last degree is awarded by a foreign institution, please determine whether your GPA meets our requirement of 3.0 (Letter grade B) using this grade conversion tool. Also please include your U.S. GPA equivalence, otherwise delays could be expected for processing of your application.
College description: The Physics offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in physics. In addition, the department offers a professional master’s degree and a related certificate program for part-time students, both on campus, and through distance learning.Center for Accelerator and Particle Physics Center for the Molecular Study of Soft and Condensed Matter Center for Synchrotron Radiation Research and Instrumentation.The Physics has state-of-the-art computer and laboratory equipment, and conducts research in the areas of elementary particle physics, accelerator physics, condensed matter physics, biological physics, computational physics, and synchrotron radiation research including x-ray optics and x-ray imaging. Laboratories for experimental research in biophysics, low-temperature, condensed matter physics, and particle and accelerator physics are active. The department hosts or co-hosts the Center for Accelerator and Particle Physics , the Center for the Molecular Study of Soft and Condensed Matter, and the Center for Synchrotron Radiation Research and InstrumentationA student may sit officially for the examination a maximum of two times. A student may take this examination a maximum of two times.All students in the professional master’s degree program are required to take and pass a comprehensive exam unless specifically exempted based on academic achievement. Students may sit for the exam a limited number of times.The Graduate Record Examination is required for all applicants.Master Master of Science: 2.5 , 2.5Applicants to the doctoral program in physics are strongly encouraged, but not required, to take the subject-area GRE exam in physics.Applicants to the department’s program are expected to have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with a major in that same discipline, or a closely allied major with additional coursework that prepares the student for graduate study in the chosen program.The department offers programs leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in physics, along with a M.S. degree in applied physics.
In addition, the department offers a professional master’s degree and a related certificate program for part-time students, both on campus, and through distance learning.
All full-time students in the M.S. and Ph.D. programs are required to take and pass the written M.S. comprehensive/Ph.D. qualifying examination by the end of their fourth semester of study.
All students in the professional master’s degree program are required to take and pass a comprehensive exam unless specifically exempted based on academic achievement.
The Graduate Record Examination is required for all applicants.
Applicants to the doctoral program in physics are strongly encouraged, but not required, to take the subject-area GRE exam in physics.
Test scores and GPA are just two of several important factors considered.
The M.S. degree is not a prerequisite for the Ph.D. The department also offers a professional master’s program in health physics designed for both the part-time and full-time student and available through distance learning.
Advanced, retarded, causal GF, application in physics.
No specific background is required other than curiosity, interest, and dedication.
The goal of the course is to help the student understand basic business principles and project management skills, help the student understand the application of organizational behavior in today's workplace and equip the student to function more effectively both independently and as a team in today's organizations.
Graduate Program Information
College description: Many research-intensive opportunities exist in the Michigan Tech Physics to prepare their mind. Graduate students can customize their degree with the applied physics option or choose the pure physics focus.As the most flexible yet specialized program of study, students design a degree tailored to their interests in an interdisciplinary research are atmospheric science, nanoscale physics, materials science, condensed matter, biomedical science, photonics, or optoelectronics.Graduate student standing over computer while another sits inside the Cloud Chamber laboratory.Current research areas of focus include atmospheric interactions with other parts of the Earth’s system, the physics and chemistry of the atmosphere, and climate change.Coming to Michigan Tech from all over the country and beyond, students in the Physics Department are a diverse group. Whether it is investigating heterogeneous ice nucleation in supercooled droplets resting on cold substrates under two different dynamic conditions or tracking reduction of transmission loss in optical fibers the university graduate students innovate and join other physicists in becoming top researchers in their fields.Bachelor or Master degree in the physical sciences or engineering.Graduate Student Permission to Enroll in a Course during Candidacy.
GRE: Not required due to COVID-19.
College description: Graduate education in physics at UAlbany offers students a wide variety of research opportunities. The primary areas of experimental and theoretical research in the Physics are biological physics, particle physics, materials physics, optics, information physics, computational physics, statistical mechanics, quantum field theory, string theory, and relativity.As a part of their training, graduate students participate in research, take a wide variety of courses, and gain experience in teaching physics. A detailed graduate curriculum can be found here. All alumni of the university graduate program have successful careers in academia or in industry.
The deadline for admission without support is July 15.
Although the Graduate Record Examinations , both general and physics subject tests, are not required for full consideration, applicants are strongly encouraged to take them and submit their scores.
Prospective students should specify their career goals and research interests in the Statement of Purpose.
The university requires a $75 application fee.
All international applicants are required to submit the results of the TOEFL or IELT. The minimum TOEFL scores to receive funding are 100, 250, or 600 depending on the test format. In IELT format, the required score is 7.0.
Physics and Astronomy
College description: The Institute for Shock Physics is a multidisciplinary research organization within the College of Arts and Sciences at Washington State University. Students from various academic departments can carry out research projects for Ph.D. degrees at the Institute. Students affiliated with the Departments of Physics and Astronomy, Chemistry, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and the Material Science and Engineering Program are encouraged to explore the research opportunities within the Institute.Washington State University graduates in the field of shock physics have moved on to successful professional careers. For outstanding graduate students is available through either Research Assistantships or the ISP Graduate Scholar Award.
For international applicants, TOEFL minimum scores can be found at the links just mentioned, please note that some applicants are exempt from the English proficiency requirement.
The basic rule is that if applicant graduate from an accredited four-year institution in the the students.S., within the past two years, applicant are exempt from the TOEFL requirement.
If applicant are admitted, applicant will be required to submit finalized official documents.
In some cases the university can request that their application be reopened, however, if Washington State University has denied applicant admission, chances are not good for a re-application.
College description: In the teaching philosophy of the SDSU Physics Department, great emphasis is placed on hands-on experience for students.Major in physics with the B.S. degree in applied arts and sciences,.Major in chemical physics with the B.S. degree in applied arts and sciences,.Official test scores and transcripts sent to Graduate Admissions Must be received by April 1 st .Please Each of the following degrees have their own admission degree requirements.Masters of Science degree in Computational Science: M.S.,.Masters of Science degree in Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics,.Doctor of Philosophy degree in Mathematics and Science Education,.Doctor of Philosophy degree in Computational Science:The physics department here at SDSU has limited Teaching Associate positions available for selected graduate students.If applicant have a degree from a University in the the students.S., or a University whose primary language of instruction is English, applicant do not need to take the TOEFL.The university graduate courses assume applicant have the background of a student with a bachelor’s degree in physics. In short, nothing is impossible, but if applicant don’t have the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in physics it may take a long time.The Department has very little power in these situations applicant must the Graduate Division for a petition, and keep in mind most such petitions get turned down.Applicant can switch from an MS to an MA The MA requires the same amount of coursework, as well as a long and fiendishly difficult series of exams in the course subjects: Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism, and Quantum Mechanics.
i. Minimum GPA of 2.85 for your last 60 semester-hours of credit, or the equivalent thereof.
ii. Submit official GRE Scores.
iii. The physics subject GRE is not required.
1. University Online Application via Cal State Apply– Must be completed by March 1st.
a. All applicants must fill out an online application on Cal State Apply and pay the required fee
b. A SDSU RED ID Number will then be assigned which allows tracking of application status online.
2. Official test scores and transcripts sent to Graduate Admissions – Must be received by April 1 st .
a. GRE (and if applicable, TOEFL) test scores must be sent directly from ETS.
b. Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.
3. Program Application – Must be completed by April 1 st .
a. Complete the program application at Interfolio
b. The Physics Program application requires the following items:
i. Copies of transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (these do not need to be sent directly from the colleges – photocopies are acceptable)
ii. Personal Statement no more than two pages in length.
iii. Three letters of recommendation – Applicant must provide names and email addresses for recommenders. Recommenders will beinvited to complete the recommendation electronically.
Physics (PhD) University of Louisville
College description: The Master of Science degree in Physics will prepare students for PhD-level graduate work in Physics or a related STEM discipline, or for a science-related career in education or industry. Students in this program develop strong analytical, quantitative, and problem solving skills, including a deep appreciation for connections between physics and scientific computing, physics and engineering, or physics and mathematics, that serve to expand their career options in computer hardware software companies, large semiconductor industries and many non-STEM job sectors such as finance, business and health care.The MS is a two-year degree program available to qualified individuals possessing a bachelor degree in Physics from an accredited college or university. Students with a bachelor degree in other related subjects, e.g., Mathematics, Chemistry, or Engineering, also will be considered.Qualified students will be considered for Graduate Teaching AssistantshipsThe university also offer a five-year accelerated program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Science degree in Physics.A baccalaureate degree with at least 24 credit hours in physics, or the equivalent.A minimum quality-point standing of 3.0 in physics courses.Submission of the Graduate Record Examination scores.Admission into the Physics MS program is competitive.The Physics GRE is not required, but is preferred for PhD applicants a good score will likely improve their chances of admission.Students holding a bachelor degree from an accredited institution in the United States are exempt from this requirement.The applicant will have completed at least 21 credit hours in Physics before applying to the program.The applicant will have maintained at least a 3.0 GPA in Physics courses and a 3.35 GPA overall.Take at least nine credit hours in 500-level physics courses for graduate credit.Graduate requirements for the five-year BS MS program are identical to the standard MS program except that the physics electives must include PHYS 542 and PHYS 556.
Mission Statement of the University of Louisville
The remaining three years will be dedicated primarily to research leading to the required dissertation.
The Physics subject GRE is preferred, but not required.
All applicants whose native language is not English are required to achieve a TOEFL score greater than 79 on the internet-based test or a composite score of at least 6.5 on the IELTS test.
Each student is required to take nine credit hours of elective courses.
In order to demonstrate proficiency in knowledge of Physics and the ability to apply that knowledge, students will be required to pass a qualifying exam.
Students are required to pass all areas of the exam.
A doctoral dissertation is required of each student.