Graduate Physics (MS)

For prospective Masters students in Physics →

Master of Science Program in Physics 

Masters Courses in Physics →


The masters degree in physics requires completing 30 credits of appropriate graduate-level course work with an average grade of B or better, and also passing the Comprehensive Exam at the masters level.
The following courses are the standard required courses, each course involving 4 credits:

Physics V0100 Mathematical Methods of Physics
Physics V1100 Analytical Dynamics
Physics V1500 and V1600 Electromagnetic Theory I and II
Physics V2500 and V2600 Quantum Mechanics I and II

Also 6 credits of elective courses are also needed to bring the total to 30 credits.

Financial support through teaching  and grading is arranged through Professor S. Franco,, with the concurrence of the chairman, Professor V. Menon.