Graduate Studies Programs

The Department of Physics and Astronomy receives information about graduate school programs from various schools throughout the year. We will post those here. Please note that this is not an endorsement of any particular program. If you are interested in a program you see listed here, please talk to your advisor about whether or not it would be a good fit for your goals.

Resources for Applying to and Funding Graduate Programs

The American Physical Society has online resources for students considering graduate work in physics.

The National Science Foundation offers resources for graduate school as well.

Graduate Studies Programs
Please note that the schools listed below contacted the Department of Physics and Astronomy directly without solicitation; a listing here should not be interpreted as an endorsement by the department.

International Max Planck Research School on Astrophysics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich - PhD in Astrophysics

Lehigh - Energy Systems Engineering

Brandies University - Master's of Arts in Teaching (including secondary physics)

University of Washington - Ph.D. in Molecular Engineering

Northeastern University - Ph.D. in Physics

Northwestern University - Masters in Physics and Astronomy

NYU - Master of Science in Applied Physics

Ohio State University - MS to PhD Physics Bridge Program

UMass Lowell - Graduate studies in Physics and Applied Physics

Montana State University - Graduate Studies in Physics

Kansas State University - Graduate Studies in Physics

Reykjavic University - Iceland School of Energy (Scholarships available)

UT Dallas - Graduate Studies in Physics

Boston University - Graduate Program in Astronomy

University of California, Merced - Physics Graduate Program

IUPUI - Indiana University/Purdue University Indianapolis Physics Graduate Programs