Graduate Studies in Physics & Astronomy: Frequently Asked Questions

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Application

Incoming students

Courses, credits and exams

Master's degree, exchange students, visiting students

Advancement to candidacy, research, Ph.D. defense


Application

Incoming students

Courses, credits and exams

Master's degree, exchange students

Advancement to candidacy, research, Ph.D. defense


Parts of this document were edited using material written by past graduate program directors: Professors Hal Metcalf, Rod Engelman, William Weisberger and Peter Stephens. Last updated 7/19/2006 by Laszlo Mihaly. Here are links to earlier versions 4/15/2005 | 5/27/2004 | 5/6/2004 | 1/27/2004 | 11/1/2004 . Go back to the Physics & Astronomy Graduate program.