The Ph.D. in Physics with a concentration in Astrophysics requires a minimum of 48 credit hours of graduate work exclusive of dissertation. These hours must include:
· ASTR 536.
· ASTR 537.
· Three selected from: PHYC *466, PHYC 505, PHYC 511, PHYC 521.
· Four elective courses. Recommended: ASTR 526, ASTR 538, ASTR 539, PHYC 581 (when the topic is Cosmology or High Energy Astrophysics).
Details must be discussed with a graduate advisor each semester.
International students and students who are seeking financial aid must submit materials no later than:
|Fall semester:||January 15|
|Spring semester:||August 1|
Deadlines for domestic students who are not seeking financial aid are:
|Fall semester:||June 1|
|Spring semester:||October 1|
Please visit the Physics and Astronomy Department Web site for additional information, specific admission criteria, application forms and directions.