Master of Science in Physics
The Master of Science degree in Physics consists of graduate coursework and a research project taking one or two semesters. The research project should result in a written report. Students may choose to complete a thesis, to be defended orally. This degree provides entry-level qualifications for team research employment or a high school teaching career. Graduates of these programs will be able to:
- Demonstrate cognitive skills important to a physicist, including the following:
- Think critically and analytically;
- Define and solve problems in physics; and
- Conduct quantitative research in a contemporary area of physics.
- Demonstrate a core knowledge and understanding of the foundations of physics.
- Communicate results of their work to peers, to various target groups within the physics community, and to people outside the discipline. Teaching skills also come under this heading.
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
- Minimum 2.750 undergraduate GPA on a 4.000 point scale
- Total 33 Credits program(Yearly tuition fee is given)
- I20(Visa Letter) can be obtained only after submitting a bank statement with a balance of USD $35,634
- Official documents required