The PhD in Physics program prepares students for teaching and research-based positions in physics. Working alongside our renowned faculty mentors, PhD students become experts in their field.
Doctoral students delve into a research specialty chosen from the departmental core areas: nuclear physics, biophysics or astrophysics. They join a research lab corresponding to their interests and often work as teaching assistants, research assistants or fellows during their studies.
Fall Semester: January 15
Spring Semester: October 1 (Note: Spring admission is not always offered to PhD applicants.)