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The physics department offers graduate programs leading to the master of science in physics and the doctor of philosophy in physics. A master of science degree in atmospheric sciences and Ph.D. degrees in chemical physics and atmospheric sciences are also offered (see the Interdisciplinary and Special Programs section of this catalog). Applicants must complete the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and are strongly encouraged to complete the advanced physics portion. Please consult regulations of the Graduate School for general admission requirements.
Applicants whose records indicate a deficiency in any of the requirements listed above may be admitted on a probationary basis and may be required to take certain undergraduate courses (which do not carry graduate credit). Graduate students who hold half-time assistantships are not permitted to enroll for more than 10 credits in graduate courses in any one semester.
The general requirements of the Graduate School must be followed by each student in physics working for an advanced degree.
Students wishing to pursue an advanced degree in atmospheric sciences should consult the section of this catalog on Interdisciplinary and Special Programs for admission, candidacy and degree requirements.