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The Department of Physics offers studies leading to the degree of Master of Science in Physics with experimental and/or theoretical physics research in Atmospheric Physics, Biophysics, Computational Physics, Material Science, Geophysics, Medical Physics, Nuclear and Physics Education, and Surface Physics. Through a cooperative program with the Geological Sciences Department, the Master of Science in Geophysics is offered. For details, students should contact the Graduate Advisor of the Physics Department.
General Departmental Requirements
The normal prerequisite to graduate studies in the Department of Physics is the bachelor's degree in Physics with a B average in Physics courses taken at the undergraduate level. The bachelor's degree coursework should include advanced undergraduate courses in Mechanics, Electromagnetics, Modern Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Thermal Physics, and advanced laboratory practice. Any deficiency must be removed before the petition is made for candidacy for the MS degree.
Master of Science
CHAIR: Dr. Cristian Botez
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org; 915-747-7535
Education: BS, New Mexico State University; Ph D, New Mexico State University; Postdoc, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Research Interests: Interested in the physicochemical properties of nanoscale fluid-solid interfaces in the areas of energy storage and conversion, natural resource management, environmental science, and nanomedicine. Interested in understanding the molecular-scale structural and dynamic properties of interfaces in nanostructured materials in order to help inform theoretical models, bring about predictive capabilities, and lead to transformative advances in the aforementioned science areas.
Srinivasa Rao Singamaneni
Contact Information: email@example.com; 915-747-5635
Education: Ph D, Indian Institute of Science; Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Leuven; National Research Council Research Associate, North Carolina State University