Master of Science in Physics
The M.Sc. in Physics is a 30 CH’s program that is offered both full- and part-time within the Department of Physics. Students are required to complete 24 credit hours of coursework in addition to 6 credit hours assigned to research and a completion of an M.Sc. thesis. In addition to 2 CH of college requirements, the coursework includes 13 CH core courses, and 9 CH elective courses, that allows the student to specialize in any specific topic related to Physics. Student progress is overseen by a research supervisor (and co-supervisors) and a thesis defense committee. The program is a fee-based program open for all students who meet the admission requirements.
- A robust background in concepts and solving skills in Physics.
- The capability to research a topic in contemporary Physics.
- The capability to communicate findings.
- Autonomy in taking informed, responsible, and ethically sound decisions regarding life-long Learning and professional development.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate mastery of advanced topics in Physics and related disciplinary skills.
- Evaluate and solve complex real-world scientific problems both systematically and creatively.
- Demonstrate advanced oral and written communication skills individually and collectively.
- Execute ethically project work or research that contributes significantly to the physics discipline.
Required Credit Hours :
minimum 30 hours
|Required Course (6 hours