"I liked working with Professor Strauf, because he gave me the freedom to choose my own research projects and encouraged me to explore the topics I find interesting."
Explore space, time, matter or the many other intriguing elements of the physical world. The Master of Science degree in physics prepares you optimally for a further academic path and the pursuit of a Ph.D. program in physics.
While many physics graduates go on these types of programs, many also work within research roles in sectors and industries as varied as their interests – including defense, aerospace, government, education, healthcare, energy, materials, technology, computing and IT.
The degree is awarded after completion of 30 credits of graduate coursework.