Upcoming graduate courses
SUMMER 2016 COURSES:
Scholarships are available for qualified students.
Fall 2016 COURSES:
PHY 507 - Applied Physics Graduate Seminar. An overview of current topics in Applied Physics Research. An introduction of scientific writing, speaking and professional topics. Prerequisite: graduate status in Applied Physics or departmental permission. 3 credits.
PHY 519 - Fundamentals of Nanoscience. This course will provide a highly interdisciplinary introduction to the science of
nanoscale materials (nanoscience). Topics will include historical background, characterization
techniques, physics and chemistry of nanoscience materials, fabrication techniques,
nanoscale applications and ethical/societal considerations. Prerequisite: PHY 309
and CHE 121 or equivalents. 3 credits.
Other Graduate Courses in the normal sequence:
PHY 503, PHY 511 - Graduate Courses in Physics Education
PHY 512 - Methods of Theoretical Physics
PHY 519 & 521 - Graduate Nanotechnology Sequence
PHY 530 & 531 - Graduate Optics Sequence
PHY 580, PHY 600, IDS 571, SCE 575 - Independent Study and Research Courses
PHY 590 & 591 - Graduate Thesis Sequence