The Physics Department offers a Doctor of Philosophy in Physics with concentrations in different subfields that reflect the forefront research activities of the department, including biological physics, condensed matter physics, elementary particle physics, nanomedicine and network science.
Students enrolled in the BS/PhD program will meet all of the requirements for both the physics BS degree and the physics PhD.
This program allows students outside the University to enroll in graduate level courses.
The combined MS program in applied physics and engineering allows graduate students to receive physics training in an engineering concentration.
The Graduate Certificate in Nanomedicine is designed for scientists, engineers, and physicians to develop competency and practical skills in the application of nanotechnology to problems in medicine.