Master of Science - Physics

Master of Science - Physics

The Master of Science in Physics program requires a total of 30 credits and is designed for the student who desires to master fundamental concepts and techniques, who is interested in studying applications in various areas of technology and science and who wishes to keep current with the latest experimental and theoretical innovations in these areas. Stevens offer a varied curriculum consisting of either highly specialized courses or broad training in diverse areas.

When you seek an advanced degree, you can gain both breadth and specialization. The required degree courses provide broad skills in basic physics; the elective choices give highly specialized training in a variety of different areas. The Department of Physics and Engineering Physics is large enough to offer rich and varied programs in pure and applied physics, yet it is small enough to sustain the sense of a coherent community in search of knowledge.

GRE Required for All Applicants

Core Course Requirements for Full Degree

PEP 642 Mechanics
PEP 643 Electricity and Magnetism I
PEP 644 Electricity and Magnetism II
PEP 554 Quantum Mechanics II
PEP 528 Mathematical Methods of Science and Engineering II
PEP 555 Statistical Physics and Kinetic Theory
PEP 510 Modern Optics Lab

One 600-level advanced quantum mechanics course, and two additional elective courses, chosen in consultation with an academic advisor.

Four-course Certificate Program available in:

  • Applied Optics
  • Atmospheric and Environmental Science and Engineering
  • Microdevices and Microsystems
  • Microelectronics
  • Photonics

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